" As usual with the Women's Murder Club series James Patterson tells more than one story within a book. This time there were three seperate plots, two crime thrillers and a courtroom drama. Of the three stories the courtroom drama was the victor and the story (in comparison to the other two plots) had alot more depth and a decent backstory to it. Infact the two crime stories (Lindsay investigating the disaperance of a baby boy and Cindy investigating a series of rapes) really had no back bone to them at all and there really wasn't that much supense to those stories. This story focused on the realtionships of Lindsay, Cindy and Yuki a bit more than the previous books had, which was a nice change from the book focusing mainly on Lindsay. Infact this story was more about Yuki more than any of the other members of "The Women's Murder Club" and Claire really didn't feature much at all. This is not the best addition to this series but by no means is it the worst either. However the back cover of this book celebrates that it is the 10th anniversary of the publication of the first book in this series and also the 10th book in this series. With that in mind I'm surprised that the story wasn't of better quality than it actually was, especially considering that the publishers and/or authors seemed to make quite a big deal about this 10th anniversary. Also I was a little disapointed with the epilogue because... (POSSIBLE SPOILER COMING UP)... in the epilogue of the last Alex Cross novel there was a hint that a crossover between the Cross novels and this series was on the cards and I waslookin forward to further suggesions of that happening. But alas there was no such suggestion in this book. I hope we are to soon be treated to a crossover between these two great crime series though. "
— Mark, 1/28/2014