By James Patterson, Maxine Paetro
The Women's homicide membership faces now not one-but two-terrifying circumstances that could tear it aside. The teenage son of California's ex-governor has mysteriously vanished-and the strain on Detective Lindsay Boxer to discover him is overwhelming. while she ultimately does get a lead, it's devastating. even as, Lindsay and her associate, wealthy Conklin, needs to examine mysterious fires which are destroying a few of San Francisco's most lovely homes-and leaving their proprietors lifeless within the particles. but if Lindsay enlists her buddies within the Women's homicide membership to aid discover the arsonist, the blazes unexpectedly rage a lot too as regards to domestic . . . and the detective's lifestyles may match up in flames.
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We travel widely, Claire. I couldn’t tell you every place you’ve ever been. And I wasn’t expecting you here anyway, remember? ” Her gut twisted, and she curled her hands into fists in the lap of her stained and torn dress. The cowardly part of her didn’t want to get into it tonight when she was exhausted and shocked, but she’d been drifting too long, asleep in a pleasant dream where nothing bad ever happened. Something terrible had happened here. She could feel it, could sense the way every cell in her body cringed at the sight of this place.
My parents were here when I was a child, and we had a birthday in the garden. ” The woman took a step toward the door. “I was here then, yes. I really should be getting back to work. ” Claire reached a hand toward her. “Please, just a few questions. ” Priscilla took another step toward the door. “Well, no wonder you were fearful. ” “Can you tell me what happened? ” Priscilla sighed. “It was a long time ago, Ms. Dellamare. Maybe it’s best if you don’t remember. It had to have been traumatic. ” We?
Priscilla sighed. “It was a long time ago, Ms. Dellamare. Maybe it’s best if you don’t remember. It had to have been traumatic. ” We? ” She clucked her tongue. “A thing like that—a child lost in the woods—is every parent’s nightmare. indd 40 1/20/15 8:12 AM T H E I N N AT O C E A N ’ S E D G E Just thinking about it made Claire’s gut clench, and she didn’t even have children. ” “Your parents had invited the children from Folly Shoals to your birthday party as well as close friends, and the garden was overrun with children.
7th Heaven (Women's Murder Club, Book 7) by James Patterson, Maxine Paetro