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“I figure if you think too much about things, life sometimes just passes you by”
– From ‘Split Second’
Michelle Maxwell is a disgraced secret service agent who has lost the candidate she was supposed to protect; former secret service agent Sean King empathizes.
Their stories intersect, and when King becomes a suspect in a streak of brutal murders they discover a wealth of lies, cover-ups and conspiracy.
“I remembered something my first partner had told me – ‘Never wrestle with a pig, Lindsay. You both get dirty. And the pig likes it.’”
– Lindsay Boxer, 1st to Die
Patterson really outdid himself with not just one but 4 heroines.
Based in San Francisco, newlywed couples are being killed on their wedding night.
Inspector Lindsay Boxer, ME Claire Washburn, fresher reporter Cindy Thomas and assistant DA Jill Bernhardt work together and are convinced they know who the killer is.
If only they could prove it…
“The inferior man lived only in his fantasies, because he lacked willpower and imagination. The superior man made his fantasies a reality.”
– Martin Darius, Gone, But Not Forgotten
Criminal lawyer Betsy Tannenbaum is a strong advocate of women’s rights – which is why it’s strange she gets hired to defend Martin Darius.
All clues pertaining to the missing and mutilated housewives point in his direction, so Tannenbaum begins investigating herself.
Is he a killer or a patsy for a cover-up?
The ending is fantastic.
“I need a little excitement in my life.”
– Annie Laird, about jury duty, The Juror
A single mother and semi-sculptor, Annie Laird, gets called to jury duty for a mafia boss murder trial.
She’s just ‘doing her civic duty’ until she gets a call from a man named ‘The Teacher.’ He’s a cleaner (someone who takes care of loose ends for the mafia).
He becomes obsessive and starts killing those close to her – with her son next in line.
“There are things that once done can’t be undone, things that once said can’t be unsaid.”
– From ‘The Neighbor’
A south-Boston teacher has gone missing and the only witness was her 4-year-old daughter.
Detective Warren, cynical and uptight, investigates.
She doesn’t expect her attraction to the main suspect, the husband Jason Jones, or the dark secrets the missing schoolteacher kept.
Nothing is what it seems.
Tom Clancy, ‘Without Remorse‘ (1993)
Michael Connelly, ‘The Burning Room‘ (2014)
Perri O’Shaughnessy, ‘Presumption of Death‘ (2003)
William Deverell, ‘Trial of Passion‘ (1997)