A deadly fire-starter - and a trail gone cold... (Women's Murder Club 7)
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The bestselling 7th novel in the Women's Murder Club series
A CITY IN FLAMES
A string of fatal arson attacks has broken out in San Francisco. The targets have one thing in common: they are all rich, successful, married couples. With four couples dead, Detective Lindsay Boxer is determined to put an end to the killings.
A TRAIL GONE COLD
When the governor's son vanished without a trace one evening long ago, the search to find him, dead or alive, went cold very quickly. But now a devastating new lead has changed everything...
THE HEAT IS ON
Under immense political pressure to crack both cases, Lindsay must race to stop the cold-blooded killers. Despite the help of her fellow Women's Murder Club members - Yuki, a high profile attorney, Claire, a medical examiner and Cindy, a reporter for a San Francisco newspaper - she is soon pushed to breaking point. And then she starts to suspect the two cases are connected...
THERE'S NO SMOKE WITHOUT FIRE...
"I stayed up so late finishing it I got a migraine. But it was worth it!"
"Fast-moving, intricately plotted story in which Boxer steals the show as the tough cop with a good heart" The Mirror "The suspense is kept high until the final pages. 7th Heaven is written in a brisk and clear style ... I enjoy a good plot and this one qualifies in that category ... the bottom line is that I really enjoyed it and would certainly read more of the series and rather regret not having read the earlier ones" eurocrime.co.uk "Another giant of popular fiction to arrive in the shops in January will be James Patterson with 7th Heaven...As with all Patterson novels, expect lots of clever links in the breakneck plot" Cork Evening Echo "The seventh in the popular Woman's Murder Club series, this crime drama races along in short, action-packed chapters" My Weekly "I stayed up so late finishing it I got a migraine. But it was worth it!" York Evening Press