By James Patterson, Maxine Paetro
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Book four of the ongoing "Women's homicide Club" series
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A younger woman is killed within the crossfire after a regimen arrest is going extraordinarily improper, and Lt. Lindsay Boxer has to protect herself opposed to a cost of police brutality. In a landmark trial that transfixes the state, Lindsay fights to save lots of her profession and her sanity.
While expecting trial, Lindsay escapes to the tranquility of the gorgeous city of part Moon Bay . however the peaceable group there's reeling from a string of unspeakable murders. operating together with her buddies within the Women's homicide membership, Lindsay reveals a hyperlink among those killings and a case she labored on years earlier than - an unsolved homicide that has haunted her ever due to the fact. As summer time comes into complete swing, Lindsay battles for her existence on fronts: ahead of a pass judgement on and jury as her trial involves a climax and dealing with unknown adversaries who will do something to maintain her from the reality concerning the killings. all of it involves a head earlier than the massive annual 4th of July occasion ...
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4th of July (Women's Murder Club, Book 4) by James Patterson, Maxine Paetro