" This book is pretty typical for the "murder by numbers" style of writing that James Patterson's co-authors have become so familiar with. It's pretty much like all of the other books in the series, neither clearly better nor worse. The villains have never had much depth to them, and this tale is no different. The protagonists are a bit more static in this book than in previous ones; Clare and Cindy play pretty small roles, Lindsay stays fairly stable, and Yuki's role as the replacement lawyer becomes more solidified. "
— This, 2/9/2014