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I am a bereaved mother and wife. I began this blog to help me look for the "good things" in life after my daughter, "Babybear", died in July 2005. Three years later, her daddy, my husband, "Bear", died in November 2008. (You'll find a link to their stories on my blog) And now, as difficult as it is, I continue to look for the good things in my life as I learn my new normal with my pup, "Furrybear", at my side. And the angels on my shoulder...

Thursday, April 17, 2008

7th Heaven - James Patterson

Inside cover:

California's "Boy with a Broken Heart," the teenage son of a recent governor, has disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Michael Campion, born with an incurable heart defect, has grown up under the watchful eye of an adoring public. The pressure on detective Lindsay Boxer to learn what happened to Michael is overwhelming. When she finally does get a lead, it's devastating -- and for Assistant District Attorney Yuki Castellano, it leads to the biggest trial of her life.

While working on the Campion case, Lindsay and her partner, Rich Conklin, also try to catch whoever is setting fire to some of the most beautiful homes in San Francisco, leaving their owners to perish in the flames. Lindsay enlists her friends in the Women's Murder Club to help her find the arsonist -- and suddenly the fires start raging much too close to home.

I am a huge fan of James Patterson, particularly his Alex Cross series and his Women's Murder Club series. This book is, obviously, the 7th installment of the Women's Murder Club series. I breezed through this book in no time, and as usual, the twists and turns caught me off guard. I definitely recommend this book (and others in the series) to anyone who loves a good suspense novel.

Warning: some bereaved parents may find a very small part of the book to be upsetting.

2 comments:

Blake and Lilly's Momma said...

Ooo... this sounds like a good one. Is it better to read them in order? Or can you pick and choose??

I'm going to the library tomorrow!

Jo

The Wooden Porch said...

I've never read anything by him. Which book should I start with? Email me! :-)