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12th of Never: (Women's Murder Club 12) par [Patterson, James]
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Longueur : 498 pages Word Wise: Activé Composition améliorée: Activé
Langue : Anglais

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"Those who haven't read any of the novels in the Women's Murder Club series are cheating themselves."―

"I can't believe how good Patterson is, whether he's doing a Washington police yarn or traveling a different road with a female narrator. He is always on the mark. I have never begun a Patterson book and been able to put it down."―Larry King, USA Today

"Patterson and Paetro are at their best here, weaving a number of plots together to create a novel that dips and flows across genre lines.... A series that shows no signs of fatigue or flagging."―

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The twelfth novel in the bestselling Women's Murder Club series.

A baby on the way and two killers on the loose. Will Detective Lindsay Boxer be pushed to breaking point?

An eccentric professor walks into Lindsay’s homicide department to report a murder that hasn’t yet happened.

A convicted serial killer wakes from a two-year coma. He says he’s ready to tell where the bodies are buried, but does he have a much more sinister plan in mind?

Lindsay doesn’t have much time to stop a terrifying future from unfolding. But all the crimes in the world seem like nothing when she is suddenly faced with the possibility of the most devastating loss of her life.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 807 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 498 pages
  • Editeur : Cornerstone Digital (14 février 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B009A9417A
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Habituellement une grande fan du women's murder club, celui là est un des moins bon. Il y a pas mal de longueurs au tribunal, et les enquêtes policières se solvent un peu trop par elles mêmes. De même, la pathologie de Julie n'est pas très crédible ( comme dans le premier livre). Il y'a des efforts à faire du côté médical!!
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Par PAULINE le 4 janvier 2014
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Gripping, I thought I was part of the team...........the best yet. Can,t wait for a new one. The writing g just flows like a film.
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HASH(0x9bf6fedc) étoiles sur 5 Disorganized, chapters seemed out of order 6 mai 2013
Par bookclubgirl - Publié sur
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I can't believe how many positive reviews this book has received. I had been looking forward to this book since the last one. I usually really enjoy this series, but this installment was a true disappointment.

No major spoilers here, but the stories were disjointed, some chapters seemed out of order and there were things written about the baby that seemed like nobody involved in the writing or editing had ever had a baby or spent the time reading about baby development or even understanding the mindset of a working mom. The baby develops a fever on Lindsay's first day back at work and when she arrives home the house is filled with the Murder Club Women! And they are passing around the baby! And nobody mentions that she had a fever or asks how the baby is doing!! And the reader feels like she missed something...only the fever comes back! Ultimately, the baby is admitted to the hospital for testing and Lindsay and Joe leave a days-old baby at the hospital! The next day, there is concern shown and there is a passage from Lindsay about how Joe is going to the hospital and not leaving Julie's side. Huh?!

That's just one example. As another reviewer said, usually Patterson and Paetro wrap everything up in a nice bow, but there were many story lines happening and several loose ends were left hanging.

Cindy was barely there and very missed by this reader. The beginning actually seemed like it was written by another author. I didn't think the characters seemed like themselves, especially Claire at the beginning right as she was going to take law enforcement through an autopsy.

As with all Patterson novels, I read the book quickly, but I was annoyed through most of it and wish it had more focus and more depth with all the characters we have come to know and want to spend time with.
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HASH(0x9c31d144) étoiles sur 5 Enough Is Enough! 25 octobre 2013
Par Bradley Friedman - Publié sur
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I'm taking my heart in my hands writing this on a forum where a book received over 1200 five-star reviews. I know Amazon is for fans, and I can't say I've ever been a huge James Patterson fan. He is fun to listen to in the car since the chapters are short, the prose is forgettable, and the information is repeated again and again so that you can't lose the train of the plot even if you try. But 12TH OF NEVER was so awful that I have to get my anger off my chest. By now James Patterson is a zillion-dollar making machine who, along with his various cowriters, cranks out dozens of books a year. It's impressive that he can keep track of the multiple series he has created. (I can imagine a large office building in downtown New York with one floor devoted to Alex Cross, another to Lindsay Boxer, etc. etc. etc.) I don't want to begrudge him his success, but is it too much to ask for a coherent plot, some decent writing, and a little bit of actual character development? In this latest installment, there are no less than six plots involving various crimes or tortured romances. Ironically, the two cases described in the jacket liner are ultimately less important than Boxer's involvement with a past villain who has emerged from a coma to wreak havoc again and a dull murder case that Yuki is prosecuting. None of the crimes amount to much, and one of them ends with a "twist" that was so ridiculous I had to drive very carefully as I snickered and shouted at the CD player!

Perhaps the worst and most shallowly manipulative plot line involves Lindsay's newborn child, Julie. Suffice it to say, there was nothing new or emotionally honest in this rendition of a baby in jeopardy, and as other savvy reviewers have reported, Lindsay's behavior throughout made no sense. Without offering any spoilers, suffice it to say that, if I had a newborn child in the hospital, I wouldn't give any serial killers the time of day until I knew she was all right, and I would tell my husband who insisted I go to work to button his lip.

Clearly there's a market for thrillers that read easy and let you follow a beloved cast of characters from thrill to thrill. And the overarching idea of a series that centers on strong, successful women is a blessing. But Patterson's work is disjointed and repetitive with illogical character moves shoved in to accommodate the needs of the plot. In this episode, both Lindsay and Cindy come off as irrational, the male characters are interchangable from each other (I defy anyone to find any significant differences between Joe, Brady and Richie), and none of the "mysteries" end satisfactorily. (The "major" case of the murdered girlfriend of a pro football player could have been cut from this novel with absolutely no sense of loss. It is wrapped up perfunctorily in the final pages, and the only aspect of it that matters - the disappearance of the victim's body from the morgue - could have been accomplished within the parameters of the "dream" murder case.

I can't stop the Patterson machine from chugging successfully along, or ask the fans to demand better of their beloved author. However, if anyone reads this and can recommend a BETTER thriller series for me to follow in the car, I would really appreciate it.
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HASH(0x9c31d384) étoiles sur 5 The Girls Are Back!!! 28 février 2013
Par Joan Odell - Publié sur
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Picking up a Womens Murder Club Book is always like catching up with "old friends". The 12th in the series does not disappoint. Two killers need to be stopped. A professor keeps arriving at the station prophesying about murders that are being committed in his dreams. Unfortunately for the squad, the dreams seem to be coming true. Claire is being pushed out of her position as ME because she seems to have "lost a body". If you are a Fan, you'll really like this book.
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HASH(0x9c31d528) étoiles sur 5 Worst book James Patterson ever wrote 16 mai 2013
Par JoAnn Pate - Publié sur
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I usually love James Patterson books but this one was awful. Too many plots at once, and very little tie in. He could have expanded on each mini story within this book by as little as 20 pages and have tied the whole thing into a comprehensive book. But he did not, I am very disappointed.
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HASH(0x9c31d3fc) étoiles sur 5 Did a child write this? 22 mai 2013
Par Kim D. Jorgensen - Publié sur
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This is one of the worst books I have read in awhile, and likely James Patterson's worst ever. Choppy, irritatingly simple dialogue, a pathetic lack of plot or character development and some flat-out ridiculous situations (Lindsay is a cop, and she holds her baby on her lap while driving to the hospital? Rich Conklin falls in love with an obvious murderer in about five minutes?)! Do not waste your time with this drivel; read a Nancy Drew mystery if you want more suspense than you'll get with the 12th of Never.
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