The 8th Confession
When a preacher with a message of hope for the homeless is found brutally executed, reporter Cindy Thomas knows the story could be huge. Probing deeper into the victim's history, she discovers he may not have been as saintly as everyone thought. Rich, bea
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Detective Lindsay Boxer m the San Francisco homicide division investigates several cases including the murder of a homeless man and the mysterious death of a high profile couple. I had given this series up after number 7 because it was so formulaic and novels read like a script for a TV show. However, I decided to try this as an audio book and see if I would enjoy it differently as I do like some of the characters. Much better. The plot still reads like a dramatization and it does NOT help that there is music in this audio version like a television show but it's much more tolerable. Lindsay seems to make some silly choices as a woman and you just want to smack her at times. I do like that fact that out of the other three main characters, two of them have lives of their own developing in this story. The novel jumps back and forth between first person, Lindsay, third person the others and intimate third person where you are inside the killers head. I do like this format better and will move on with the rest of the series now.
Review: The 8th Confession (Women's Murder Club #8)User Review - Goodreads
Maxine Paetro writing with James Patterson does a nice job here. The woman's perspectives in the story definitely benefits from her insight and feminine touch. The Patterson series are generally ...