15th Affair is the new Women's Murder Club novel by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. It begins with a homicide at the Four Seasons Hotel. The last person to see the victim alive is unidentified, and missing. No fingerprints are found at the scene, and two additional bodies are discovered in the next room. This is only the beginning.
Are the murders connected? Who are the targets? It is up to Sergeant Lindsay Boxer to find out.
The happiness of her idyllic home life and new baby is put on hold as she delves into the investigation.
Her bliss is further shattered by a a shocking secret that threatens to tear her life apart, a husband who is nowhere to be found, and a catastrophe that grabs terror-stricken San Francisco by the throat.
The close-knit Women's Murder Club is there to keep her grounded, and help her crack the case.
15th Affair is a gripping and exciting mystery from the start. Easy to read and get immersed in, it is well-written and smooth. The plot thickens, as terrorism, espionage and questionable loyalties are added to the mix. With a lot happening, there are plenty of unexpected twists that keep the reader guessing and always interested.
Although there are on-going storylines developing in Lindsay's life and connected to the group of friends, you do not have to be familiar with other Women's Murder Club mysteries to enjoy this one.
Other James Patterson Reviews
Judge & Jury: Great mystery novel that keeps you interested all the way through.
Cross - An Alex Cross Novel: The latest Alex Cross mystery by James Patterson. Excellent except for the ending.
Step On A Crack: Excellent thriller. Easy read, hard to put down.
You've Been Warned James Patterson and Howard Roughan: Read the review and you've been warned.
Double Cross - An Alex Cross Mystery: a strong, addictive page turner. a mystery novel definitely worth the trip to the book store.
I, Alex Cross: This case hits close to home for Alex Cross
The Murder of King Tut - with Martin Dugard: Patterson's take on the subject will entertain most.
The Postcard Killers with Lisa Marklund: A very good mystery novel
Toys: Action action action in SF novel
Guilty Wives - Patterson & David Ellis: is an often intense, always interesting escape that is hard to put down
Private Berlin - Patterson and Mark Sullivan: Not for the faint of heart and described as “spectacularly violent”,
12th of Never - Women s Murder Club Mystery: Easily read over a two day period, 12th of Never is a Women s Murder Club mystery
Cross Justice - An Alex Cross Mystery: Cros goes home in a thriller that left me cross.
Woman of God - with Maxine Paetro: It is Easter Sunday. Amidst great stirrings and controversy, a new pope is about to be chosen. The rumour is, she could be a woman.