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19th Christmas

Women’s Murder Club, Book 19
Narrated by: January LaVoy
Length: 7 hrs and 4 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)

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Summary

This Christmas season, the Women's Murder club unite to protect the streets of San Francisco once more in James Patterson's latest instalment to the best-selling series.

©2019 James Patterson (P)2019 Penguin Audio

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What’s the point?

We all know how prolific a writer this author is. Though many are collaborations now, apparently. I’ve read and listened to all the books in all the series and I don’t know why. They used to be good. Exciting. But people like me continue to read/listen in the hope they will return to the original form. I need to stop myself being sucked in! You might like it and I’m sure I’ll probably buy the next one, just in case!

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Not what they used to be...

I love the way January LaVoy reads these books, but they really aren’t what they used to be ! For me, this story never really gets going and there was no real point behind it.

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What Women’s murder club??

I have listened to every single Women’s Murder Club story and have found the last few in the series in particular should be called The Lydnsey Boxer Mysteries as the others are either missing or have a small token part. The only time they were together or spoke was at the end of the book in their favourite bar/restaurant. They didn’t exist as the Women’s Murder Club and that was disappointing.
As a cop story it was good and plodded along but it didn’t have me hanging on every chapter. It was very well read, as always, by January LaVoy
Please mr Patterson Make the Women’s Murder Club exciting again