Thursday, June 19, 2008

4th of July by James Patterson

After an arrest goes awry, Lindsay finds herself facing police brutality charges. But taking time off to cool down proves harder then she thought. As she heads out of town, Lindsay finds herself in the middle of a killing spree, and must locate the killers before they find her. Back in San Francisco, the Women's Murder Club helps to get Lindsay through the trial... but will she be found innocent?

It's been quite a while since I've read this series, but it's one that doesn't really need a refresher. I remembered enough about the characters for them to feel familiar and the story gave enough background on what I had forgotten. The majority of the story was predictable and comfortable, and the ending had enough of a surprise to keep me happy. 3.5 stars

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