7th Heaven

Patterson, James

eBook - 2008
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
7th Heaven
A terrible fire in a wealthy suburban home leaves a married couple dead and Detective Lindsay Boxer and her partner Rich Conklin searching for clues. And after California's golden boy, Michael Campion has been missing for a month, there finally seems to be a lead in his case--a very devastating lead. As fire after fire consume couples in wealthy, comfortable homes, Lindsay and the Murder Club must race to find the arsonists responsible and get to the bottom of Michael Campion's disappearance. But suddenly the fires are raging too close to home. Frightened for her life and torn between two men, Lindsay must find a way to solve the most daunting dilemmas she's ever faced--at work and at home.

Publisher: New York, NY : Little, Brown and Co., c2008.
Edition: 1st eBook ed.
ISBN: 9780316029032
Additional Contributors: Paetro, Maxine


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Nov 07, 2012
  • B2K2rEaD rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

It drags in spots but the ending is WOOOOW !

Sep 26, 2012
  • lfranz rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Loved it! The murder group does it again love the twist

Jan 18, 2012
  • paisano rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Another fun read, that flows well, with a nice surprising ending. I enjoyed this book, one of the better ones in this particular series.

May 30, 2011

im sure its as good as the rest

Jun 26, 2009
  • DavidB rated this: 1 stars out of 5.

It feels like a blending of "the Practice" meets "Sex in the City" but it doesn't live up to either of their standards of sensationalism or implausibility.

Probably only of interest to those who are fan's of the "Women's Murder Club" series (That started with 1st to Die). It revolves around four women who are involved with crime in various professions; A homicide detective, an assistant DA, a medical examiner and a crime journalist. The focus is on their lives more than it is the various cases they investigate.


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Jun 25, 2009
  • DavidB rated this: 1 stars out of 5.

"These kids are show-offy smart." Joe said. "Quidquid latin dictum sit, altum videtur." -- "And that means what?" I asked, raising an eyebrow. Did everyone know Latin but me? -- Joe flashed me a grin. "It means, `Anything said in Latin sounds profound.`"


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