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4th of July (#4, Women's Murder Club)

4th of July by , ISBN: 9781405505994
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ISBN: 9781405505994
Publisher: Hachette Audio
Published: 1 January, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Language: English
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)
Editions: 90 other editions of this product

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4th of July (#4, Women's Murder Club)

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A young man is found dead in a seedy hotel room; electrocuted in his bath with a toaster. This is the second electrocution murder Lindsay Boxer has come across and the message left in graffiti on the wall at the scene of the crime is the same: NOBODY CARES ANYMORE. What does it refer to? The one clue Lindsay and her partner Jacobi have is that a black Mercedes was spotted at the scene of both murders. But when they follow a car they think is connected, they get more than they bargained for. Full of the high suspense and fast-moving plotlines for which James Patterson is best known, this promises to be the most exciting Women's Murder Club case yet.

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