7th Heaven by J. Patterson and Maxine Paetro is another page turning piece by James Patterson. A very tricky relationship the women of the Women’s Murder Club series have but its also very admirable. I like their relationship rare as it is especially the fact that their friendship is prioritized above their individual jobs though they do try as much as possible not to be without the confines of the law especially in Cindy’s case as the ever-wanna-know-what’s-happening-and-get-first-dibs-on-a-story reporter!
One thing that worries me though is the exposure that this generation has to crime – how to commit them and how to get away. Its educational and informative but how far is too far? It’s a wake up call but has the society already been damaged beyond repair? It’s something to think about but regarding the book, it’s a great read.
You should also read the other books in the Women’s Murder Club series – I’ve read up to seven now 🙂 –
12th of Never (Maxine Paetro)
11th Hour (Maxine Paetro)
10th Anniversary (Maxine Paetro)
9th Judgement (Maxine Paetro)
8th Confesssion (Maxine Paetro)
The 6th Target (Maxine Paetro)
The 5th Horseman (Maxine Paetro)
4th of July (Maxine Paetro)
3rd Degree (Andrew Gross)
2nd Chance (Andrew Gross)
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