The 9th Judgment

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The 9th Judgment

The th Judgment The most personalA young mother and her infant child are ruthlessly gunned down while returning to their car in the garage of a shopping mall There are no witnesses and Detective Lindsay Boxer is lef

  • Title: The 9th Judgment
  • Author: James Patterson Maxine Paetro
  • ISBN: 9780316036276
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The most personalA young mother and her infant child are ruthlessly gunned down while returning to their car in the garage of a shopping mall There are no witnesses, and Detective Lindsay Boxer is left with only one shred of evidence a cryptic message scrawled across the windshield in bloodred lipstick The most dangerous The same night, the wife of A list actor Marcus DThe most personalA young mother and her infant child are ruthlessly gunned down while returning to their car in the garage of a shopping mall There are no witnesses, and Detective Lindsay Boxer is left with only one shred of evidence a cryptic message scrawled across the windshield in bloodred lipstick.The most dangerousThe same night, the wife of A list actor Marcus Dowling is woken by a cat burglar who is about to steal millions of dollars worth of precious jewels In just seconds there is a nearly empty safe, a lifeless body, and another mystery that throws San Francisco into hysteria.The most exciting Women s Murder Club novel everLindsay spends every waking hour working with her partner, Rich and her desire for him threatens to tear apart both her engagement and the Women s Murder Club Before Lindsay and her friends can piece together either case, one of the killers forces Lindsay to put her own life on the line but is it enough to save the city With unparalleled danger and explosive action, The 9th Judgment is James Patterson at his compelling, unstoppable best

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    1. Krystin Rachel on said:

      Why am i still reading this series you ask???? I have no idea other than I'm already 9 books in and I AIN'T NO QUITTER. I'm dedicated, I just keep going no matter how embarassing or pointless it is - like a boy band still touring into their 50s. You're balls hit the toilet water, don't they Jordan Knight?!Anyway, this series has been a metaphorical roller coaster of literary quality. The first 3 were decent, but it's been steep ups and downs ever since. And by that I mean, basically they all suc [...]

    2. Nancy on said:

      What makes a writer continue on when the story is over? I was enjoying this tale until James Patterson needed to continue with a couple of chapters at the end that were not necessary. Is there a certain word count or page number that an author has to hit before their book is complete?Lindsay Boxer and her team respond to a gruesome murder – someone is killing young mothers and their children and leaving a horrific “WCF” message behind in the woman’s lipstick. It takes Boxer and her team [...]

    3. stephanie on said:

      why am i still reading this series?? it's TERRIBLE. i mean, the first ones were good. but then . . . i swear, after 3rd Degree everything went down hill. and now it's what, six books later and i'm still surprised that they are getting worse? there wasn't even anything INTERESTING in it. and it made NO SENSE. clues? a mystery? what? i'm kind of still confused. at least they used a map when plotting the chase scenes this time. so glad i waited for this at the library. ugh. i still miss jill. the e [...]

    4. Suzanne on said:

      Was so awesome to get back to the these characters after years being away from them. When we were moving bookshelves because of a pipe busting so now want to get caught up on the series. Yep so that's my month goal! They aren't huge books and are fast reads so.on to book ten! My quick and simple overall: loved the plot and getting reunited with the characters! Fast read you can do in one sitting.

    5. Li'l Owl on said:

      The 9th Judgment audio book is number nine in the Woman's Murder Club series written by author Maxine Paetro and narrated by Carolyn McCormick Once again author and narrator pair up together creating another breathtaking, nail biting, thriller that's not to be missed!Maxine Paetro is an old hand at blending several story lines together creating even higher levels of suspense and anticipation throughout the story while Carolyn McCormick deftly accentuates each character's individual personality p [...]

    6. Suzanne on said:

      Of all of the Women's Club Murder mysteries, this one has to be my favorite! James Patterson and Maxine Paetro do a stellar job of weaving a tale that keeps the reader interested, cover-to-cover. I had a very hard time putting this book down, and finished it in a matter of several days! This has to be one of the toughest cases yet for the Women's Murder Club - a deranged killer is targeting women and children all over San Francisco, and the bodies are piling up. Meanwhile, a string of jewel thef [...]

    7. Nicole Alycia on said:

      By far, the most twisted book in this series. You know from the get go who the bad guy is and boy do you want the cops to get him. He's sick and twisted and Ugh he was just bad. There there was the second case in the story that you couldn't get a read on until it was coming to an end and you were almost glad to see it end the way it did. Very very good 9th book in a series.

    8. Glendalee on said:

      I'm sick of this series and the fact that there's a 10th book already out pisses me off even more BECAUSE i CAN'T BELIEVE ITS NOT OVER YET. I followed this series because the first book was AMAZING, I enjoyed it and thought "Wow a women that's a cop and a series that centers around her life count me in!" I was interested in reading the rest of the series because I really enjoyed the first. Some of the other books I also enjoyed and the others not so much. But THIS one just pisses me off, its lik [...]

    9. Lee on said:

      After the disappointing 8th Confession, I didn't have high expectations with this book. Surprisingly, it was actually enjoyable. Here are the reasons why I like this book:1. The lipstick killer. I like intelligence, even in serial killers. The harder they are to catch and figure out, the more difficult it is for the police to outsmart him, the more exciting it is for me because I become increasingly frustrated to get him caught. Dumb criminals invoke a 'meh' reaction from me because unless they [...]

    10. Jill Cawthon on said:

      I read it only because I didn't have to pay for it. I am SO disappointed in James Patterson and his "cop-outs" over the last several years. He was such a good writer in the early "Alex Cross" novels, but now he just puts his name on other authors' works to give them notoriety so the book sells. I refuse to pay full price for a book that is as much "white space" as it is words. It is ridiculous to start a new chapter every 200 to 300 words! I don't understand why such an outstanding author would [...]

    11. Marleen on said:

      I mainly read these books in the Women’s Murder Club, because I enjoy the friendship between Lindsay, Sergeant in SFPD, Claire, Medical Examiner, Cindy, journalist at the Chronicle and Yuki working as an Assistant District Attorney. All 4 women are on the right side of the law – well except maybe not entirely true for Cindy – as a reporter she regularly antagonizes Lindsay by possibly printing information that shouldn’t be available to the public, yet. Mostly it works out and Cindy respe [...]

    12. Jennifer Rayment on said:

      Jen's ReviewDear JamesI can call you James right, after all your books I have read, I feel we are on a first name basis. Now James, you know I love you, but lets talk about your latest novel, The 9th Judgment. For the first time I have had to put down one of your books and decide not to finish it. I know this is a first for us, so I need you to understand. James, you murdered an infant and sweetie, I just cannot seem to handle that sort of storyline. My youngest child is close in age to the infa [...]

    13. Brooke ♥booklife4life♥ on said:

      **Short "end of the month" Review**Okay this was probably the hardest book for me to read. I really couldn't even rate this. I wanted to hate every part of it, i mean really, children are killed in this book. It was very hard for me to read, and i was glad when it was over. I really thought the guy was going to go after Claire when she was on tv and told people to carry a gun, it would have shown the city that even she isn't safe, but it's whatever. I would skip this one.

    14. Sarah Schoesler on said:

      I really enjoyed the 9th book of the Women's Murder Club series. A cat burgler is stealing jewels from the rich and famous only something goes wrong at one heist and the lady of the house is murdered. The police and the public assume that it was a result of the robbery and the cat burgler is to be blamed. But is she? Detectives Boxer and Conklin have their doubts. At the same time a seriel killer is terriozing the city doing the unthinkablelling young mothers and their toddler children. The vict [...]

    15. Jen on said:

      I haven't read any of the other Women's Murder Club books, but you don't really need to to get the story. It reminded me of a more grisly Stephanie Plum type book.The story kept my interest, though I was a bit disappointed and confused at the ending. Disappointed that they didn't seem to finish some of the story lines. It could be just me, but I like things wrapped up in little bows by the end of the book, and the book didn't do that for me (though I understand that the main character's storylin [...]

    16. Πάνος Τουρλής on said:

      Στο ένατο βιβλίο της Γυναικείας Λέσχης Φόνων οι συγγραφείς ακολουθούν ένα μοτίβο που συνάντησα και σε προηγούμενα βιβλία της σειράς: δύο παράλληλες υποθέσεις πονοκεφαλιάζουν τη Λίνζι και ακόμη περισσότερο τον διευθυντή της Αστυνομίας που δε γλυτώνει τη συνεργασία με το F [...]

    17. Elizabeth Tai on said:

      Patterson's books always make great audiobooks. Not bogged down with heavy prose to lull you into sleep (not great when you're driving), and always fast-paced and tightly plotted, making you excited about the next chapter. Still, this isn't an awesome book to say the least. The plot was intriguing enough but the characters were all one dimensional. And then, there was this weird plot involving a plane crash towards the end. It was pointless and totally weird.This book isn't one that will make yo [...]

    18. Connie on said:

      THE 9TH JUDGMENT by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro is 355 pages long in hardcover. This is #9 in the Women's Murder Club Series.Brief Description:The most personalA young mother and her infant child are ruthlessly gunned down while returning to their car in the garage of a shopping mall. There are no witnesses, and Detective Lindsay Boxer is left with only one shred of evidence: a cryptic message scrawled across the windshield in bloodred lipstick.The most dangerousThe same night, the wife [...]

    19. Shonda on said:

      3.5 StarsLindsay, Claire, Yuki and Cindy are back for the ninth installment of The Women’s Murder Club series. A serial killer, penned the Lipstick Killer by the police, is terrorizing the streets of San Francisco. Mothers and their children are being targeted and killed in a vicious manner. The killer only leaves one clue: a message in lipstick “WCF”. Lindsay and her partner, Rich Conklin, are angry that someone is killing mothers and innocent children. They are determined to bring the ki [...]

    20. Denise on said:

      4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining read in the Women's Murder Club series July 23, 2010This review is from: The 9th Judgment (The Women's Murder Club) (Hardcover)This is one of the better books in the Women's Murder Club series. It's fast-paced and has several different criminal actions going on that involve the members of the WMC.In first person point of view, Sergeant Lindsay Boxer of the SFPD juggles simultaneous investigations involving the shooting death of the wife of a movie star, tracking [...]

    21. Francie on said:

      I have 4 problems with this book. 1. Baby killings!!!! Please for the love of God James Patterson, NEVER EVER write about someone who kills innocent babies. It's bad enough you write about kidnappers, but killing little babies.at is too much for me (I had to stop reading the Alex Cross books after book 3 because it was about a child killer). I know it's fictionbut some fiction is based on fact. And this story reminded me of those mall killings a few years ago. 2. What the hell does WCF mean!??! [...]

    22. Aiesha on said:

      I read this book once before but it has been so long ago, I decided to listen to it again before getting the 10th Anniversary and 11th Hour. This is the 1st series that I read and after having read other authors and stories since, I didn't quite enjoy it the 2nd time around. I will keep my original rating of 5 stars because I did enjoy it the first time I read it It seemed a little corny and poorly written the 2nd time around, as far as the dialogue is concerned. The plot of the story was pretty [...]

    23. Paige Turner on said:

      A new instalment in the Women’s Murder Club series. Patterson fans need no introduction to this book, most have been waiting patiently (or not) for this latest in the lives of these mystery solving women. A young mother and her infant child are ruthlessly gunned down while returning to their car in the garage of a shopping mall. There are no witnesses, and Detective Lindsay Boxer is left with only one shred of evidence: a cryptic message scrawled across the windshield in blood red lipstick. Th [...]

    24. Jeroen De Wijn on said:

      What a godawful book, in all likelihood the worst one I've read from a bestselling author. The dialogues were wooden and contrived, there was no character development all all, the characters themselves were interchangeable. There was no tension arch, the only tension present was created using some cheap effects and after the plot (as it was) resolved itself the book went on for some time without any justification or merit. I felt my IQ actually dropping during the struggle to read this drivel. I [...]

    25. Edmond Gagnon on said:

      I grabbed this book out of a pile, thinking it was James Patterson, but like many other books that have his name blazoned across the cover it was written by someone else. This one's by Maxine Paetro, my least favorite in the top dog's kennel.The plot is descent and I do like the Lindsay Boxer character, but I thought the author pushed the envelope a few times in the story, making it a bit ridiculous. I think it's the author's voice that just doesn't do it for me, with words like "kiddo" that are [...]

    26. Louize on said:

      WCFIt took me 20 chapters before I figured this one out; and it was not while reading it. It happened when I considered to quit reading for the night and closed the book. Then, viola! It was right there on the cover. Uh-huh, stupid. I know!For me, this is the most disturbing book in the series. I was so caught up with the drama, tension and violence I ended up eating bags of chips while reading it. Hahaha, the suspense caused too much emotional stress, I was eating comfort food. I guess that hap [...]

    27. Laura on said:

      I didn't think it was the best Woman's Murder Club book in the series but it was enjoyable for what it is. I will read anything in this series just because I'm so invested in all the character's already that I want to keep on finding out what is going to happen next. I really like the fact that he left the book sort of on a clifhanger perse so we know that there is another coming next year. Which I'm excited about(I wish we didn't have to wait a whole year but that's life).

    28. Tiffy_Reads on said:

      In this installment of the Women's Murder Club the girls are faced with a depraved psycho killer targeting mothers and a thief targeting the rich. Detective Boxer is both overwhelmed and determined to solve both crimes. When things start getting a little too close for comfort the girls must step up their speed in order to get a crazy person of the street. A quick pace suspenseful read that I read in one day. Looking forward to reading the next book.

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