Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A girls-only weekend turns deadly for four friends who find that what happens in Monte Carlo definitely doesn't stay in Monte Carlo.Locked in an unspeakable French prison, Georgetown literature professor Abbie Elliot recalls the glamorous prologue to her murder conviction. Former U.S. Olympic skier Serena Schofield footed the bills for Abbie, British diva Winnie Brookes and South African beauty ... Read full review

Review: Guilty Wives

Editorial Review - - Joe Hartlaub

Let's get one thing straight at the outset: GUILTY WIVES by James Patterson and David Ellis ranks among the very best of Patterson's standalone works. The cover draws you in (well, it drew ME in, anyway), but you will stay for the plot, which is a whodunit, whydunit and howdunit. Even though all of those questions are supposedly answered within the first few chapters of this fastpaced ... Read full review

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Review: Guilty Wives

User Review  - Jennifer - ReadingwithPugs - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this story. It was not something that was mind blowing or surprising, especially if you are used to reading James Patterson's books. However, the descriptions of the prisons and what ... Read full review

It matched the first chaptered.

User Review  - kimtone56 -

I did not like the way it started, backwards to my thinking. Read full review

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