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James Patterson Maxine Paetro

Unlucky 13 (Women's Murder Club)

James Patterson Maxine Paetro

Unlucky 13 (Women's Murder Club)

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Another wonderful Women's Murder Club thrillerI really enjoy James Patterson's books, especially the one's that Maxine Paetro co-writes. This is a very fast paced book. I enjoyed two of the three storylines but the one that takes place out of San Francisco didn't really seem to be necessary to the book. It was more a page filler than a page thriller.However, another plot was left without a resolution. I hope it gets resolved in the 14th book but from some of the reviews I have read it doesn't appear it was even mentioned.I was glad that the plot from the 12th book continued in this book. No spoilers. The personal relationships and the way they overlap with their official relationships is smoothly handled.I look forward to reading the 14th book as soon as I can afford it. Hopefully the price will come down when 15 is released in May 2016.3My first mystery novel!This is the first detective novel I have ever read and also my first book by James Patterson. To be honest, I didn't even look at the author name when I purchased the book. I am an indie author and have written two science fiction and one zombie novel. I am about halfway through writing my fourth book which is a detective murder mystery and I thought I should read a best selling mystery book to get an idea of the tempo that readers like. I went to Amazon and downloaded this book.First off, I enjoyed the story. I personally really like that there are several plot lines contained in the same novel. Since this book is a part of a series with multiple main characters, it gives you more bang for your buck. It's almost like several short stories that are intertwined with each other that come together to give you a satisfying conclusion.If you like a mystery where every nuance of how the murder was solved is laid out for you, this story is not for you. Likewise, if you like police procedurals, this isn't your book.This book was very focused on the relationships between the characters and how those interactions helped to solve the crime. There were "ah-ha" moments where a large piece to the puzzle was found and then they followed up on that lead. But all of the minutia that happened between those moments was left out.I mentioned that I didn't look at the author when I purchased the book. I honestly thought I was reading a novel written by a woman based on the characters and their ties with each other. If you're not familiar with this particular series, there is a group of women who work in different but related fields. They are all friends and use their positions to help each other with solving murders. There is a detective, a prosecuter, a criminal journalist and a medical examiner. They are a part of what they refer to as the "Murder Club".Maybe a woman reading this book would know right off the bat that the author was a man trying to write from a woman's first-person perspective, but I had no idea. I think that is a good indicator of the author's writing ability.One other thing I liked about his writing was the realistic way the story read. Some novels should be filled with flowery writting, interesting prose and the author trying to wax poetic. But other stories should read like they are actual events that the reader can believe happened. The reader can think, this is how people really talk and act. That's what I got from this book. There are a couple of things that were slightly unrealistic but still not impossible to believe.Overall, I really enjoyed the book. It inspired me to download the sample of his latest work, "Invisble". I will definitely be buying that book when I have more time to read a full novel.**NOTE: All of my novels are professionally edited but my posts and reviews aren't :)4Huh??!I was EXTREMELY disappointed with the ending...so much that after finishing I went back a few chapters just to make sure I did not miss something with one story in particular. I didn't miss anything, it just ended horribly. This is coming from a huge JP fan and I have completed the first 12, well now 13, books in this series. I hope 14 is better.2A chemist and her demented brother killing people with "belly ...A chemist and her demented brother killing people with "belly bombs."The wedding and honeymoon of the attorney in the group, and the cruiseline ship their on gets hijacked, and the return of a pyscho bent on killing the detective of the group makes for compelling reading.The journalist becomes the heroine in a the twist at the end of the book.The author spins a delicate trail throughout the book of the three stories. The reader doesn't know what to expect when they put the book and return again.An exciting book to read that can be read by itself or as a continuence in the series53 D's - Disappointing, Disjointed DisasterVery disappointed in this 13th installment of the series. The three story lines were so disjointed, there was no flow. Back and forth and back and forth, and no resolution on the one story line. Lindsay loves her life, but of course she does. She had a child but spends little to no time whatsoever with her. She shoves her off to a complete stranger, (really, what mother would do that?), because calling for back up isn't an option?? No because she has to be the one to pursue whatever is happening at the time. And why is Joe so amiable and loving? Why doesn't he call her on her total neglect of their daughter? Patterson needs to rethink Lindsay's motherhood role. I'd really like to see a return to why I got hooked on the series in the first place. The 4 friends in each of their individual roles, working together as a team in solving seemingly unsolvable crimes.1Actually I'm glad to read some of the negative comments on this ...Actually I'm glad to read some of the negative comments on this book as I thought I may be too picky. I have been a long time fan of James Patterson's books and have read all of the Womens Murder Club. The last couple of books haven't been that great and this one in particular left me a bit "miffed" enough to write a review. I'm starting to feel like the series is a bit of a "puppy mill"...crank them out as fast as you can. But there is no real material. This had 3 story lines going, 2 of which I felt were unresolved. The belly bombers plot had no real resolution as to what happened to the perps or the last box or burgers. Plus why was Yuki's ship taken over...no explanation as to who Jackhammer was and what his goal was by taking over the ship except to give Yuki a story line. To be honest, I'm not feeling comfortable that Mr Patterson is even writing any of this material but only acting as a liason to the other writer. This book is no near the quality of his earlier works without the co-writers...just sayin.2Not the best of the series.So I have read the first 12 of this series but took a break for awhile because I felt like the writing was getting continually worse.I don't remember much about book 12, but as for book 13, I feel like James Patterson is writing less and less of his books. The style was confusing - parts were third person, parts were first. It just makes it somewhat hard to read. Also, procedurally, some parts were just epicly wrong.There were also too many stories going on in this one. I think maybe the book wasn't "long" enough so they added in the story of Brady and Yuki's honeymoon which, although intriguing, seemed misplaced.I'll keep reading though, mostly because I want to find out what happens with Cindy.3Unlucky 13: The Women's Murder Club by James Patterson and Maxine PaetroUnlucky !3 by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro is the 13th installment in the Women's Murder Club series of books. I've read them all and I must confess that the earlier books written by Mr. Patterson himself were the best, but that old suspense of what's going to happen to Lindsey Boxer, Joe her husband, and baby Julie as well as the rest of the group keeps me reading.In this book, Yuki and her fiance finally take the plunge and get married in a very hurried ceremony that is beautiful. I could imagine Yuki in her beautiful wedding gown and holding a lovely bouquet. She and her new husband were then off to a wonderful honeymoon on an Alaskan cruise ship and they couldn't wait to get away.In the meantime, Lindsay is horrified by what is happening to people in the San Francisco area. Somehow people are ingesting small bombs in hamburgers from a chain of fast food restaurants and are literally blowing up in front of horrified bystanders. The police at first have no clue as to how the perpetrators are doing this, who they are and why they are doing this to innocent people.Claire does the autopsies and finds that is what is causing people to actually explode.In the meantime, Cindy has run across a dangerous and old nemisis who she wants to interview for the "interview and story of her life" for her newspaper job but it is a dangerous undertaking that Cindy doesn't tell the others about .The book is full of suspense, but the ending leaves a bit to be desired. I think it might be because...I hope!...it picks up in the next book, the 14th in the series.4More Like Unfinished ThirteenThroughout most of this book the writing was up to par for this pair. It was the end that fell short. So many loose ends or quickly written ends to the various story lines that it left the reader (me, at least) wanting more details. Left me with the feeling that they were tired of writing or up against the deadline so they threw together the ending just to be done with it.3DisappointedWhat happened? I was reading along and suddenly it was over. Very unsatisfying. The authors rushed to end it and left their readers hanging. The authors should be ashamed. Great ideas, the storyline is compelling, but totally undeveloped.2
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