Review: 18th Abduction - James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

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18th Abduction (Women's Murder Club #18)

Review: 18th Abduction - Book #18 Womens Murder Club Series -April 2019

Lately, I have been finding that James Patterson's books have been hit and miss for me. One series though, that still stands strong and as a favorite is his Women's Murder Club which is co-written with Maxine Paetro. Something that I have noticed in the last few Women's Murder Club is that Lindsay Boxer's husband Joe M has been getting a bit more of a stronger storyline and focus than rather her cases. In the 18th Abduction, we have two storylines running through the book. We have Joe M's FBI case of ex- Serbian War Soldier who caused genocide and run a rape hotel in Bosnia etc. This starts with Joe meeting a woman called Anna on the side of the footpath outside the FBI building. She tells Joe her story of an evil man. This man was tried for his crimes, but given immunity and came to the US under a new name. Many thought that he had been dead for years. Seeing him has brought flashback and terrible memories for Anna and now with Joe and the FBI's help, they may be able to get him imprisoned via The Hague once and for all. The other storyline is the Woman's Murder Club - Lindsay's team has been tasked with finding and discovering what has happened to three teachers and who kidnapped them? Can the team find them before they are killed as the days tick by, the less likely the chances are of them being found alive? Find out in 18th Abduction - Book #18 in the Woman's Murder Club by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. I am now looking forward to reading Book #19 coming out later this year.


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