Title: 9th Judgment
Author: James Patterson & Maxine Paetro
Publisher: Little, Brown & Co.
Type of book: Thriller
Setting: San Francisco, CA
Sarah Wells snaked her gloved hand through the hole she'd cut in the glass.
This is the 9th book in the Women's Murder Club series. There are two separate stories within. A cat burglar labeled Hello Kitty and a sicko with the motto of Women and Children First. This was one of the faster paced Patterson books I've read in a while.
Why I chose this book: I've read them all.
Why I read it to the end: I love Patterson's books for the uber-short chapters. I can read half the book in a couple of hours. I always feel like I've accomplished something when I read an entire book in one day.
To whom would I recommend this: I don't have to recommend it to Patterson lovers because they read everything he writes. But I would recommend it someone looking for something quick paced that doesn't require a lot of brain power. His books make great beach reads.
My rating: 4/5