4TH OF JULY – JAMES PATTERSON – MISSING SOME OF THE CHARACTERS, BUT ENJOYABLE NONETHELESS

4th Of July – Patterson gives most of the characters a holiday in this one Pros: Two intriguing stories. Cons: But it’s supposed to be about four women, not one woman and a dog!   4th Of July is the fourth book in James Patterson’s Women’s Murder Club series.  In this case, Patterson has teamed with Maxine Paetro. 

2ND CHANCE BY JAMES PATTERSON – A TERRIFIC FOLLOW-UP

2nd Chance by James Patterson Pros:The main plot, and the subplots all kept me captivated. Cons: Just a minor one – the whole “jurisdiction” thing. 2nd Chance is the second book in James Patterson’s The Women’s Murder Club series.  For those unfamiliar with the series, it revolves around four women who pool their resources to solve murders in

3RD DEGREE – JAMES PATTERSON – THE SERIES IS DECENT, BUT THIS BOOK IS PRETTY BAD.

3rd Degree by James Patterson Pros: Quick read, but otherwise, there’s not a lot here. Cons: The main story makes very little sense. A golden opportunity was wasted,   3rd Degree is the third book in The Women’s Murder Club series. Most of the books are written as collaborations. In this case James Patterson has paired with Andrew

THE 6TH TARGET – JAMES PATTERSON – WORST OF THE SERIES, SO FAR

The 6th Target – Worst one, so far Pros:Like most Patterson books, it’s a quick read. Cons: Three completely forgettable stories. The 6th Target is the sixth book in Patterson’s The Women’s Murder Club series. Most of the books are written as collaborations. In this case Patterson has worked with Maxine Paetro. For those unfamiliar with the series,