This Blog is Dedicated to our dear friend Karen.
When she left this life she left a hole in our hearts as well as several to be read books.
We, her friends, will read these books for her.
This blog will be a sort of book club for us to post our thoughts and feelings about the stories and feelings we have of Karen while we read.

Friday, September 18, 2015

#300 4th of July by James Patterson


Another pretty good entry in the Women's Murder Club series. Lindsay Boxer is put on administrative leave while she's being sued for killing someone in the line of duty. She decides to take some time off at her sister's house outside of the city... and gets involved in a murder investigation. Just can't let go and relax, can you, Boxer?

The mystery in this book was really well-done. I had my suspicion about who the murderers were, and I was dead wrong (well, mostly). The motives for the murders were a grisly, sad subject; that doesn't excuse murder, obviously, but I could definitely understand the killers' hate.
One last note - Lieutenant Lindsay Boxer needs a minder or some re-training or something; I can't count the number of times in these four books that she's forgotten her phone, or her weapon, or she forgot to put gas in her car, or charge her cell phone.


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