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  • Audio Cassette
  • Publisher: Hachette Audio (March 1 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 158621232X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1586212322
  • Product Dimensions: 16.4 x 11.7 x 2.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 163 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (208 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,589,309 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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James Patterson does not disappoint, enjoying the characters, and story line. I am hooked. Lindsey is an interesting character, love Claire and Cindy will miss Jill.
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By Sid Fox on May 15 2014
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So far I am loving this series. Easy to read and I like the characters. Can't for the next book and look forward to reading all the series.
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I love James Patterson! And his Women's Murder Club books are fabulous - addictive - and I can't seem to put them down. I am just finishing this book after 2 days of reading and am heading onto the next!! If you love murder mysteries this collection is the best to start with :)!!!
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By Toni Osborne TOP 100 REVIEWER on June 29 2007
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This book is packed with suspense and is unpredictable. Reading it was thoroughly enjoyable and again Patterson delivered and excellent thriller.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl Tardif on June 16 2006
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Take four professional women--Lindsay, a homicide inspector who receives some bad personal news; Claire, a medical examiner and Lindsay's best friend; Jill, a tough assistant DA; and Cindy, a persistent reporter from the Chronicle--mix them together and you've got: The Women's Murder Club.

With a serial killer dubbed 'Chimera', we are given a glimpse of pure evil--a killer whose targets appear to be random, with nothing obvious to connect them. But of course, Lindsay and her friends slowly begin to put the pieces together. And when the targets become more personal, especially to Lindsay, you are left wondering if there will be a Women's Murder Club by the time the story has ended.

With engrossing and 'real' characters, whose only fault is that they may be just a bit too intelligent and a bit too perfect, Patterson captures the camaraderie of female friendships. But it is the relationship between Lindsay and her estranged father that is key to this story.

In this second smoothly crafted installment, I am please to report that James Patterson and his mysterious co-author Andrew Gross have yet again captured my imagination and kept me up late at night. I couldn't wait to read it after I finished the first in the series--1st to Die--and I'll be running out for the third immediately. The plot races along at breakneck speed, with enough twists to make your stomach churn. I've been a longtime fan of Patterson's Alex Cross series, but I have to say...'Alex Cross move over! There's a new gal in town...and her name is Lt. Lindsay Boxer!'

I have a few questions regarding the co-author. Why is there no biography at the back for Andrew Gross? And why is his name in such tiny print? I also wonder how much of this novel he actually wrote.
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This book series is incredible. I absolutely loved it. Highly recommend if you like murder mysteries with some good suspense.
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Set in beautiful San Francisco, Patterson once again outdoes himself. Lindsey Boxer and her 3 Murder Club friends take us along for another riveting and realistic murder: coolheadphones.com
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By ThomsEBynum on March 1 2005
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One Tough Cookie 2nd Chance by James Patterson was an excellent book. So many emotions were incorporated into the book. Love, drama, heartbreak, and action all rolled onto one amazing work. Everyone in life is given or deserves a second chance sometime in their long life. Lindsay Boxer happens to get many second chances throughout the book, many of them life changing. The title of the book signifies how profound her chances are. She goes through life and takes everything in stride, even the really hard things. When you think she is going to fall and not get back up you are deceived and she does rise up. The title makes you want to read, it doesn't give anything away. It's the type of title that keeps you guessing until the end. Once you finish the book then you tie the title and the story line together. The only thing is you have to pay attention to details because he ties them into the story later. If you don't pay attention then you wind up going back in the story hunting for the little detail you missed. Other than that small negative this was an excellent book. It was a quick and light read which made it more enjoyable for the reader.
Also highly recommended: Roses are Red and The Children's Corner by Jackson McCrae.
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