Boxer & girls in #4

4th of July (Women's Murder Club, #4)4th of July by James Patterson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

For someone who has never read a James Patterson novel before I read the first women’s murder club novel I have to say I am hooked.

Book 4 didn’t disappoint, more from the endearing Lyndsey Boxer and her friends – although in this book it was nice to see the format change a little as Lyndsay moved to the little town of Half Moon Bay and the girls features a little less in the storyline.

My only criticism of the book is it seemed that the initial storyline of Lyndsey shooting the two teens seemed to suggest it would be a big feature of the book and it actually petered out to very little consequence – I felt it could have been further brought back in at its conclusion.

Am I absolutely gripped by these books – absolutely and cannot wait to move into number 5. Compared to Dan Browns tedious Inferno this book actually was smoking hot

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