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Womens Murder Club Series by James Patterson
Women's Murder Club Series
Women's Murder Club is a series of mystery novels by bestselling author James Patterson. A television series is also based on the book series. Set in San Francisco , the novels follow a group of women from different professions relating to investigating crime as they work together to solve murders. The series follows the women through their personal issues, including Lindsay Boxer's medical issues, marriage, and pregnancy. The main characters were originally Lindsay Boxer police officer , Cindy Thomas reporter , Claire Washburn medical examiner , and Jill Bernhardt, but later in the series, defense attorney, Yuki Castellano, is introduced. Patterson wrote the first novel, 1st to Die. Subsequent novels have been cowritten with Andrew Gross and Maxine Paetro
Added by 85 of our members. If the Women's Murder Club can't be together this Christmas, a killer is to blame. Crime is down. The medical examiner's office is quiet. Even the courts are showing some Christmas spirit. And the news cycle is so slow that journalist Cindy Thomas is on assignment to tell a story about the true meaning of the season for San Francisco.
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Lindsay Boxer, Cindy Thomas, Claire Washburn and Jill Bernhardt, the stars of 1st to Die and 2nd Chance, are the founding members of the Women's Murder.
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By Fabien. On January 30, In Reading Guide. She was destined to give life to a literary detective. This is a James Patterson mystery series, a best-seller machine. The stories are about their personal and professional issues. The main characters were originally Lindsay Boxer, a homicide detective; Cindy Thomas, a crime desk reporter; Claire Washburn, the Chief Medical Examiner; and Jill Bernhardt, assistant district attorney.