The 17th Suspect

In this# 1 NYT bestseller, Sergeant Lindsay Boxer puts her life on the line to protect San Francisco from a hrewd and unpredictable killer.

When a series of shootings exposes San Francisco to a mysterious killer, a reluctant woman decides to put her trust in Sergeant Lindsay Boxer. The confidential informant 's tip leads Lindsay to a isturbing conclusion: something has gone horribly wrong inside the police dep.

The chas for the killer lures Lindsay out of her jurisdiction and impacts her in dangerous ways. She suffers unsettling medical symptoms, and her frien in the omen 's Murder Club warn her against taking the crimes to heart. But with lives at stake, the detective ca n't help but follow the case into terrifying terrain.

A decorated officer, loving fathe, devoted other, and loyal friend, Lindsay has always acted with unwavering integrity. But now she is confronting a killer who is determined to undermine it all.

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Published February 22nd 2018 by Century
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A longtime fan of the Me ’ s Murder Club series, I was pleased to get my ands on its seventeenth instalment.

Mason and Paetro deliver a wonderful addition to the series and keep fans quite impressed with the annual gift of another thriller.

Recommended to those who enjoy the Women ’ s Murder Club, as well as readers looking for something light and entertaining.While this series has been developing for years, it has not lost its lustre.

Lindsay Boxer is, as always, the central haracter in the series and her dedication to the badge is never in question.

More personal development and a few spikes to keep her character interesting occur throughout, though the reader may be seeking a real shake-up before too long.

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3.5 stars.I ’ m struggling lately to give any of Sanderson ’ s books more than 3.5 stars.

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17th Suspect by James Patterson is the 7th in the Me 's Murder Club series, and this time the focus is mainly on Yuki Castellano and a solid case that had gone to trial- one she was ure she would win- and Sergeant Lindsay Boxer 's determination to bring a iller to justice.When Lindsay was approached by a man with information about murders that were occurring among the homeless, Lindsay and her partner Rich Conklin made some discoveries that Lindsay found unpalatable.

Crossing the jurisdiction line was something they did n't do- but it had to be done.While Yuki was confident of a result, the nature of the trial was unusual.

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Book Blog| BookstagramOpening Hook: A pretty standard for the genre death sceneMain Characters: TONE IT THE FUCK DOWNPlot Twisty-ness: B for Beffort.Here ’ s the sordid background on me and this series: I have read every single one of the book in this series.

And part of my bookish New Years resolution was to not read a single Patterson novel this year.

Truthfully, I hate mostly everything Patterson writes.Gather around, children and listen to your elder millennial: James Clark is a fucking awful writer.AWFUL.It is maddening to me when people say he ’ s their favourite author.

And it ’ s infuriating.I continue to read this series because it ’ s asy to listen to on audio at work and because I have a sick fascination with seeing how terrible things can get for the membe of the omen ’ s Murder Club.The 17th Suspect ( these titles make less sense every time) is, in fact, the seventeen book in the series.

Having baby ’ s in blackout storms, being blown up in a terrorist attack, being stalked, attempted urder, attempted murder, battling deadly diseases; not to mention all of the eye-roll-inducing relationship and friendship issues that make me want to barf.If I have to read about an otherwise strong, badass, career-woman crying about “ why won ’ t you open up to me?!

I ’ m your wife?! ” one more time I ’ m going to start typing my reviews for these novels in all CAPS.That being said, of all the shitty installments we ’ ve gotten from this series, I will say this one was less shitty – which is the same things I said about# 16 so maybe we ’ re finally hitting the road into Mediocreville! My finding this novel more bearable comes a lot from the reaso that the absolutely moronic way these women talk to each other in the various book ( “ sweety, baby bo, butterfly, honey buns “) was massively toned down, as was Lindsay ’ s level of being completely fucking annoying and all of the hugging and crying that seems to dominate these women ’ s lives.There are still multiple storylines – something I usually don ’ t like because of how jumbled the writing becomes ( only specifically with this series) – but in this ook, it feels much more separated and easy to keep track of.

mommy why did you leave me?! ” was so fucking serial-killer literal and dumb in its performance that I think I sprained an optic muscle from rolling my eyes so damn hard.Oh, and no spoilers but Lindsay is super sick this time around.

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If you ’ ve never read a James Patterson book, I recommend reading this series.

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The Me 's Murder Club Series is the series that rekindled my LOVE for reading.

I LOVED everything about the nove and read it within a mont and proceeded to read all of the series within a week.

This particular Women 's Murder Club book was more special than it 's been in years.

If you have read any of these novella, the latest Women 's Murder Club installment is not to be missed!!!

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