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7th Heaven [Paperback]

James Patterson
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4.0 out of 5 stars Captivating July 4 2009
By Toni Osborne TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Paperback
Women's Murder Club series, book7

This novel is captivating, full tension and violence right from the start. It opens with a couple of serial killer arsonists invading homes of wealthy individuals restraining them and setting them on fire. Action doesn't stop there it goes on none stop, Patterson and Paetro truly know how to deliver a thriller and provide the challenges it takes to keep the readers glued to the edge of their seat. To add further mystery, the authors intertwine the case of a rich chronically-ill young adult missing after visiting the home of a known prostitute, Junie Moon.

The investigations are spear headed by Investigator Lindsay Boxer and Yuki Castellano looks after the district attorney side. Yuki's direct involvement puts her in the limelight and harms way. The authors add interesting twists and turns during one of the trials when Junie Moon's conflicting testimonies are aggressively cross-examined.

Is there a link between the two cases and what can it be? We find the answers when Claire Washburn (chief medical examiner and Cindy Thomas (star crime reporter) join their partners.

Another classic James Patterson novel: quick brisk chapters, a sharp story line, an emotionally charged and shocking ending. If you like Patterson's style, this one will capture your attention from the beginning.

Is it evident that I am a fan...:)
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5.0 out of 5 stars 7th heaven Feb. 10 2012
Format:Mass Market Paperback|Verified Purchase
again it is not here yet and a gift, I am sure I will be on the edge of my seat. Patterson always makes you stay up all night as you can not put it down.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars July 31 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
another great read!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Such a good book series April 17 2011
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This book series is incredible. I absolutely loved it. Highly recommend if you like murder mysteries with some good suspense.
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52 of 59 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another hit April 2 2008
By Deborah Wiley - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Fires are being set to homes of the wealthy, leaving the residents dead. Detective Lindsay Boxer and her partner, Rich Conklin, are trying to find the murdering arsonists when they get a tip on another prominent case. The case involving the disappearance of Michael Campion, the son of a former governor, has been at a standstill but an anonymous tipster provides a new lead. Soon, Boxer and Conklin have a confession, but will it stand up in court? Women's Murder Club member and Assistant District Attorney, Yuki Castellano, will have the case of her life as the trial starts. Meanwhile, will Boxer and Conklin find the deadly arsonists?

The members of the Women's Murder Club are at it yet again in 7TH HEAVEN. Each book is written to stand alone although the friendship of these women has grown throughout the series. There are hints about past incidents that fans of the series will appreciate. It should be noted that newcomers to the series will miss the character development that has built slowly throughout the series, as some of the members of the Women's Murder Club only make brief appearances in 7TH HEAVEN.

Patterson and Paetro delve a bit further into Lindsay Boxer's psyche, this time examining her relationship to Joe versus her commitment to work. Yuki's insecurities are also examined as she is up against a female attorney not known for losing. Will these two members grow stronger as they face adversity?

James Patterson and Maxine Paetro deliver another fantastic thriller with 7th HEAVEN. The fast pace will have readers rapidly turning pages to see just how things will unfold. 7TH HEAVEN is yet another hit from these two talented authors and is easily recommended.

COURTESY OF CK2S KWIPS AND KRITIQUES
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3.0 out of 5 stars A Strange Book March 14 2008
By L. K. Whitley - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
I have consistently read James Patterson's books throughout the years and have really enjoyed his work. I have read all of the Womens Murder Club books. However, I am not a big fan of his books which he writes with other writers. Neither story seems complete to me. It seems like Patterson just writes his part of the story but never really finishes it and the other writer adds his bit but doesnt actually finishes his story either.

I found this book a confusing read. Patterson wrote the thriller part of the book I would assume but, in the end, he left the reader hanging. I assume Paetro wrote the human interest story in the book. The end of this story was unsatisfactory too. Patterson is too good a writer to keep doing this.

Recently , I read one of his other books, "Step on a Crack" and it was even worse than this. Both stories left the reader hanging.

If I had known, I would not have bought these two books new. I would have waited to get them for 50 cents at a sale. They are not worth their price. The stories are just not up to Patterson's usual standard. He can do much better.
26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Patterson Still Delivers on WMC...Could Use Improvements Though Feb. 18 2008
By BW - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
I have read most of Patterson's books (about 95%). Patterson really dissapointed me with his most recent Cross books (my husband jokes that the latest Cross novels have been entirely written by the lesser-known co-authors).

The problem I have is that Patterson is using this huge font size and what is supposed to be 300-and-some pages, is really more like 150 pages using huge font size. Is Patterson dumbing us down? This last installment of the WMC, while engaging, seemed more like one of those mystery short stories you find at the end of a magazine more than a novel or book. Has Patterson become a magazine short-story writer? Guess the next book will answer that-In the meantime, I suggest reading novels by John Kellerman. The man is amazing with details and with telling a gripping crime story-Kellerman does not cut corners. You can finish a Patterson novel within 24 hrs but a Kellerman book will keep you more busy and if you want to look at it this way, you get more bang for your buck-Patterson's style has become a boilerplate recipe which is nowadays enlightened by the talent of young new writers who co-author his most recent works (in other words, Patterson may truly be fishing while the co-author does all the work as my husband believes). For now, I am reading Kellerman's "Gone" which I recommend and crossing my fingers that Patterson delivers a more substantial novel next time.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Fair to partly cloudy May 28 2008
By Janice Barrett - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
I love the Women's Murder Club series better than Cross - mostly because Cross tends to be gorier. But, I didn't enjoy 7th Heaven as much as the other books in the series. There wasn't as much interaction between Lindsey, Claire, Cindy & Yuki as in the other books of the series, and this is one of the things I enjoyed the most in the other books. And, the two stories seemed to drag just a bit, until near to the end of the book. But, when the stories picked up, they picked up in the Patterson fashion that I love.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Lots of Flaws Feb. 28 2008
By R. Jenkins - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Although I am and will continue to be a fan of James Patterson, I too agree that his/their books are starting to lack substance. As for 7th Heaven, it is a fast read and keeps you interested; however, there are way too many things that just don't make sense.

I know that the boy that disappeared wanted to have a quality life as long as he could and that is why he disappeared, but at the time of his disappearance no one knew he was seeing the prostitute, so why didn't she go with him when he left? Also, we all know how long it takes to bring a case to trial. It had already been months since he disappeared when the anonyomous tip came in that he had been seen leaving her house. Add that to the time to get the case tried and it would probably be over a year. Why would he not have wondered where she was? She said in the end that they had hatched the plan weeks before he left, and when she was called in for the interrogation she got confused and confessed to killing him. This was just not believable. Especially when she blamed her former boyfriend for the actual dismembering, which of course he would deny and probably had an alibi anyway. Additionally, they never had anything other than a phone call saying he was seen there and the person didn't come forward (it was the author)and they were basing the whole case on that tip? Further, the story about the author is way out there too. He was supposed to be such a renowned author and rich, but yet he was worried over spending the advance on this latest book, so much that he was willing to kill? I know he had a gambling problem, but yet he was living in high style. He told Yuki that he had been following Michael all the time and saw him leave Junie's house, yet if he was following him all the time, he would have seen him leave and go to Costa Rico. Also, what was the kid using for money in his new life? Junie was a prostitute and while she was in jail all that time she was not making money.

It also never really gave a real good reason for why the killers were killing rich people, since they both came from rich families themselves. The neighbors had seen the last boy's family a couple of days before and when they were found in the freezer, they could only have been there a couple of days.

As to Lindsay, it is getting a little weary about her wishy-washy attitude whether she wants Joe or not.

Maybe it is me since I read a few pages a day and not at one sitting, but there were just so many unanswered questions. Any comments out there?
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