Review: 21st Birthday - (WMC) - James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

1st to Die (Women's Murder Club, #1) by James Patterson

21st Birthday (Women’s Murder Club #21)

Review: 21st Birthday - Book #21 Women's Murder Club - James Patterson and Maxine Paetro - March 2021

I have been for years a fan of James Patterson's books ever since I discovered the 2nd book in the Women's Murder Club at a book sale. Some of his books are misses and others are hits. A couple of his series that I have stayed faithful to are the Alex Cross Series and the Women's Murder Club series. However, this one had me questioning whether like the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich which is up to Book #27 whether this series is on its last legs. I just felt that this particular one wasn't as good as the others as it felt so open-ended and just a whole bunch of theories being chucked out as though we had several murders, everything about it and the evidence was all circumstantial and nothing could stick and then when it did, they chucked a whole new angle on the story which ruined their chances. I did however have a little chuckle in this book as there was a comment about Lindsay and Claire being likened to Rizzoli and Isles. It made me laugh as the actress who played Rizzoli in the TV series was also the same actress Angie Harmon who played Lindsay Boxer in the TV adaption of Women's Murder Club.  This book starts with a missing person's case of a daughter and her baby, no one seems to believe the mother of the daughter except for Lindsay and Cindy. As the hunt continues, we have bodies washing up, being found in the local park and high school grounds. Are they all connected? Find out in 21st Birthday by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro today.



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