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2nd Chance

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    James Patterson(Author) Andrew Gross(Author)

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When a little girl is shot on the steps of a San Francisco church, Detective Lindsay Boxer knows it's time to reconvene the Women's Murder Club. Working with reporter Cindy Thomas, assistant DA Jill Bernhardt, and medical examiner Claire Washburn, Lindsay tracks a mystifying killer who soon turns his pursuers into his victims. The unorthodox allegiances of the Women's Murder Club lead them to suspect the unexpected - the killer may be an ex-cop. But nothing could prepare them for the demented logic behind his choice of victims...

In 2nd Chance, a young girl is shot down on the steps of a San Francisco church, and Detective Lindsay Boxer decides that the time is right to reconvene the Women's Murder Club, the loosely-knit group that cracked a baffling mystery in James Patterson's earlier 1st to Die. Collaborating with assistant DA Jill Bernhardt, reporter Cindy Thomas and coroner Claire Washburn, Boxer is soon on the trail of a canny murderer who has the knack of making his trackers into his quarry. Boxer and the Women's Murder Club begin to believe that the killer might have been on the force, but his ultimate aims are unguessable--and the revelations in store shock them all.

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  • By Trevor Brooks on 10 March 2017

    Just like the first in the series, the police killed the wrong person before finding out who the perp actually was in the last 15% of the book.The clue missed turned out to be due to poor investigation when it should have been easy to notice if the police had not jumped to the wrong conclusion from evidence staring in their faces.If every one of this series goes the same direction there is no point reading anymore

  • By danielfan52 on 29 July 2016

    Could not put this down great read sad endingGreat story line lists of twists and turns always trying too guess what happens great stories within the main story

  • By Ben on 9 September 2017

    Excellent again


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