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18th Abduction

Women’s Murder Club, Book 18
Narrated by: January LaVoy
Series: Women's Murder Club, Book 18
Length: 7 hrs and 52 mins
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Summary

Detective Lindsay Boxer fights to protect the streets of San Francisco from an international war criminal in the latest Women's Murder Club thriller.

When three female schoolteachers go missing in San Francisco, Detective Lindsay Boxer must unravel the mystery of their disappearance. But what starts as a missing person case quickly escalates to a troubling murder investigation. 

As pressure at work mounts, Lindsay must rely on her husband, Joe, to support her at home. Yet Joe is pursuing a mysterious case himself, as a woman running from her past brings him terrifying information - the notorious war criminal from her Eastern European home country has appeared on the streets of San Francisco.

As Lindsay searches for the three missing women, a frightening new twist forces her and Joe's investigations to collide. His mystery informant has gone missing, and all four abducted women are in grave danger. As shocking revelations emerge, Lindsay and Joe find themselves caught up in an international crime operation unlike anything they've seen before.  

With the help of her fierce and courageous friends in the Women's Murder Club, Lindsay and Joe fight to save their city from the corrupt clutches of a monster.

©2019 James Patterson (P)2019 Random House Audiobooks

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Fantastic

Awesome, nevver disappointed with Peterson's series in the womans murder club. Can't wait til the next one.

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Good story line

Very good narrator thank you. Riveting suspense filled story .. what one expects from James Patterson!

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Great listen

Good narrator and very good story. Really enjoyed listening. to those book. would recommend. to anyone who likes JP and the womens murder club.

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Patterson

Good book slow to start but riveting towards the end. Very sad in places also very graphic.

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mediocre at best

Have read all the Women's murder club book and this one is definitely lacking. None of the interaction of previous books. Sadly, James Patterson is churning the books out and we have quantity and not quality.

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Well worth the time

Well worth the time spent listening gripping and continual. Makes one remember the atrocities of war.

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Brilliant

Like another reviewer I agreed that I was a little disappointed with the 17th book but this Womens Murder Club 18th Abduction was absolutely brilliant and gripped me from beginning to end. I must say this is the only James Patterson books I read now and I look forward to the stories and the characters.

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Another great Women’s Murder Club

This story was more Lindsey than women’s murder club but it was a great story and I couldn’t stop listening to it. I can’t wait for the next one

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Another good book

I did enjoy this book, but personally feel ill with some of the subjects covered even though I know unfortunately happens. Well written & Excellently narrated. Looking forward to the next one.

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Good book

Did not boxer had a baby no mention about her just wondering
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  • Amanda E
  • 31-05-19

Boring

I think Patterson is running out of ideas with the Murder Club books as this one was boring, maybe he needs to concentrate on something else. There was no suspense, you already knew what was going to happen before it happened. There was just not enough happening in the book to keep you interested and could have been finished in one chapter.
Also, the narrator just sounded stupid, I lost concentration most of the time because she was so dull. Probably need to get a new narrator.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 17-03-19

brilliant James Patterson never fails

brilliant story and narration Highly recommended this and all his books Cant wait for no 19