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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Read it! You won't be sorry! Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. James Patterson and Maxine Paetro have struck again. Their novel, 11th Hour will hold your attention till the very end. Even then you may want to go further on, but alas, this book ends. Lindsay Boxer and Insp. Rich Conklin are in the middle once again. Many drug dealers in San Francisco are being killed by an unknown killer?
Boxer and Conklin are called to their lieutenants office for a conference about these murders. They all believe that these killings are revenge killings.
The equipped felony gangs of the previous Soviet Union are sure by means of what they name the thieves' code. A thief needs to forsake his mom, father, brothers, and sisters.
He should have no family-no spouse, no kids. If any of the principles are damaged, it's punishable via demise. Rudd was leaning against a column, his face partially concealed in the shadows.
Victor regarded Brad through narrowed eyes. The political stakes have never been higher, Mariette. The head of the homicide department, Brady, strongly suspects that the vigilante is not just any rogue cop but is Warren Jacoby, Lindsay's old partner and close friend. He's out on medical leave due to complications from being shot several years ago, in the line of duty, by two teenage kids high on drugs. He has the means, the opportunity, and a good movtive. But how can that be? That just can't be right.
Can it? Lindsay doesn't want to believe it. But what if As if things aren't bad enough, Lindsay has other another problem. Jason Blaney, an oily, poisonous, reporter for the San Francisco Post who will twist the facts or even make them up for a story, especially if it suits his own needs as a means of launching him to the top of crime reporter for San Francisco.
Including smearing Lidnsey as a worn out, ineffective, washed up cop. What could possibly happen next? How could things be any worse? As it turns out, plenty. Lindsay's at her desk going through her emails when she sees one from the repugnant Post reporter himself, Jason Blaney.
When she opens it there is a picture of Joe with a woman on his arm, both dressed to the nines, clearly at some formal occasion. The woman is looking up at Joe with a look of devotion on her face. That's her Joe, husband and father to her baby, with another woman.
Lindsay's world has just come crashing down. I was glued in place listening intently as the electrifying story emerged, waiting with eager anticipation to hear how it would all unfold! Number eleven in the Woman's Murder Club series is a cracking good audio book that will lead you jumping in with both ears to the next one, 12th of Never. I love this series!
It's best to read the books in order, as well, starting with 1st to Die. I have pretty much given up on James Patterson.
I still enjoy his Alex Cross -- the only series that he hasn't farmed out to lesser talent. I have also stayed with the Woman's Murder Club series. This might be a function of release date as much as anything else. This late spring annual audiobook entry has been a staple of my drives across country to our place in the mountains of southern California. With "11th Hour," I'm pretty sure I have listened to all eleven with the panorama of differing scen I have pretty much given up on James Patterson.
With "11th Hour," I'm pretty sure I have listened to all eleven with the panorama of differing scenes from the interstate. The hills of West Texas. The swampy bayous of southern Louisiana. The moonscape of the South Dakota badlands.
The red canyons of Sedona. The flat stretches of Iowa and Nebraska. The granite faces of Glacier National Park. The painted desert and petrified forest in Arizona. Mount Timpanogos outside Provo, Utah. The cliff dwellings in Mesa Verde. Or the Grand Canyon. Sometimes the journey is the CD. View all 9 comments. Oh my! I was hoping she would have the baby by the end of this book. Now I just have to move on to 12 right now hoping she does. Once again love the characters and the multiple crime plots!
Some relationship drama in this one also. I will move on the 12 now.
I love these books because you can easily sit and read these books in a matter of three hours because of the short chapters.
My quick and simple overall: View 2 comments. But I finally finished this average work of mediocre crime fiction and Yay me! Fuck this book and Patterson's phone-it in shit! Jun 06, Camille Turner rated it liked it. I've read all of the Women's Murder Club books. This one was kind of blah. Lindsay Boxer is pregnant and she and her husband don't communicate well at all. He doesn't tell her about going out with a former colleague. She doesn't ask him questions, just overreacts way too much.
It got on my nerves. Regular people would just talk about certain things. Forget pregnancy hormones excuse. Claire is always my clearheaded favorite. She has a way of cutting to the chase. Jackson has turned Yuki out, and the Cindy doesn't appreciate the good thing she has.
The mysteries held me in the beginning, but I guess fairly early on who did the head killings, but not the why. On the serial shootings case, the killer was revealed surprisingly early along with the motive. The climax seemed a little dragged out and story lost its momentum.
Hopefully the next one in this series will be firing on all cylinders. For this outing, it only seemed to be half-firing. I have a feeling the next book will have a Yuki-Jackson's estranged wife showdown in it. I enjoyed this installment of the Women's Murder Club series more than the past couple, though there was a few things I had issues with, such as Lindsay's pregnancy. It wasn't mentioned much in the book and I wasn't even sure how pregnant she was, plus the reader never got to see the reactions of the rest of the girls.
I would have loved to have known how they reacted. Plus, I'm pretty sure they wouldn't allow a pregnant female officer to put herself into harms way the way Lindsay had. Knowing that a very dangerous suspect was out and shooting at someone, it would be a HUGE liability if a pregnant officer was hurt on the job like that.
I work with officers, so I kind of has an issue with this. The heads case was different and more fun than most of the other cases I have read during the latest of the books. The vigilante officer case was ok, but I almost wanted to see someone we had met in the book be the vigilante, but not Jacobi of course since I love his relationship with Lindsay too much, but someone not as huge of a character that we have met before.
Unforunately, I have become rather skilled at predicting what is going to happen in the books and I would really like to see more surprises. I like things coming out of left field or just some kind of wow twist, but I don't have that here, unlike in book 3 where Jill was murdered.
My heart absolutely ached when that happened. All in all, it's better than the last few have been and I would recommend it to those who like Patterson's books or books like them. Jun 03, Angela Risner rated it really liked it. As you might have guessed from the title, this is the 11th book in the Women's Murder Club series.
The series focuses on four women who not only are best friends, but also have jobs that complement each other and allow them to work on all aspects of a case. Lindsay is al As you might have guessed from the title, this is the 11th book in the Women's Murder Club series.
Lindsay is also pregnant. She is working on two new cases: Two heads have shown up at the home of a famous actor. Someone, likely a rogue cop, is taking out notorious drug dealers That's all I'll say about the storyline, as I don't want to give away spoilers. Overall, I was pleasantly surprised at how well-written this book was. These are the only James Patterson books I will read, as I don't care for how he uses about 40 chapters to make it seem like it was a book worth paying for.
For those who haven't read him before, the chapters are about 3 pages each. Plus, he doesn't seem to write his own books anymore, preferring to co-author all of them with someone else.
The storylines remained strong in this one, although I disagreed with Lindsay's reaction to a situation. She's far too smart for that. And I wouldn't have been as forgiving of her as the other person was. Overall, I liked it. Very light summer reading. Mar 29, Trish rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Hmmm, this book in the Women's murder club series left me a little less satisfied than I've been feeling through this series.
The mysteries were fine, gruesome and chilling and following the clues was obvious, but a few of the red herrings were entirely too obvious. Seriously, I get you were trying to "build" a theme of do you ever really, truly know someone, even those closest to you but this took that theme too far.
This will contain spoilers from here First, I couldn't even believe for one Hmmm, this book in the Women's murder club series left me a little less satisfied than I've been feeling through this series.
First, I couldn't even believe for one second that they wanted us to consider Jacobi as the Revenge Killer. Not worth the page time. If you wanted someone as the red herring for that it should've been someone else. Second, Lindsay really disappointed me over the Joe thing and so did her girlfriends. Not one, not even Cindy the investigative reporter, tries to look at the situation with any sort of reason.
So, they must not really know Joe either but they all wanted her to marry him. Third, the severed heads mystery Oct 19, Tiffy rated it really liked it. In the 11th installment of the series there's heads being found and there's also drug dealers be killed. With these two crazy cases Lindsay Boxer has her hands full. Of course she calls in the help of the rest of the Women's Murder Club. Between trying to solve these crimes there's plenty of life drama to keep you reading.
Apr 05, Paula Phillips rated it it was amazing. It's another fast paced novel for James Patterson as we are reunited with the foursome of the "Women's Murder Club" in the latest installment "11th Hour". As we most of James's novels there are a couple of twists and two main storylines. The first is that somebody is killing all the scum of the stree It's another fast paced novel for James Patterson as we are reunited with the foursome of the "Women's Murder Club" in the latest installment "11th Hour".
The first is that somebody is killing all the scum of the street - Drug Dealers galore but when one of the dealers is killed and turns out to have been an Undercover FBI agent , the race is on and it is discovered that the killer known as "Revenge" could very well be not only a cop killer but a cop itself and the top of the suspect list is Lindsey and Rich's ex-partner Jacobi, Can the pair prove Jacobi's innocent and track down the real killer?
The other story is that in one of the poshest estates - a couple of skulls were found and then eventually it is discovered that the backyard is like Skull heaven as in total seven skulls are found. Who is the mysterious killer and where is the rest of the bodies? If solving these cases weren't hard enough , Lindsey is having problems and fears that she may lose her job and she has no-one to talk to when a female co-worker of Joe's lets her on a little secret relationship she had with him.
What happens when the clock strikes Eleven? View 1 comment. Jul 07, Teresa rated it it was ok. Patterson may need to consider closing the book on the Women's Murder Club series as the incestuous nature of the group is losing credibility in the crime solving genre.
Patterson really should brush up police procedure; beginning with how departments handle pregnant officers plus what a doctor would say about a high-risk woman working the hours that Boxer works including high speed chases, shoot outs, and running after perps. This book really lost credibility when Boxer believes her husband of Patterson may need to consider closing the book on the Women's Murder Club series as the incestuous nature of the group is losing credibility in the crime solving genre.
This book really lost credibility when Boxer believes her husband of only a few months is having an affair. Talk about lack of trust and a marriage doomed to failure - they should have just stayed shacked up and forgot about bringing a child into their dysfuncional lives.
Real innocent men would have just moved out of the house without a fight when accused of infidelity. The other three members of the club are just as unbelievable. Yes, I read Patterson's books for pure escapism, but I do want my crime novels to be at least a little believable.