San Francisco Police Detective Lindsay Boxer and her Women’s Murder Club friends are back with another mystery that had this reader staying up late and rapidly turning pages.
It all begins with the mysterious disappearance of the ex-governor’s teenage son, and then spins off into a series of mysterious arson fires of luxurious Bay Area homes, leaving the owners dead. Evidence seemingly leads nowhere.
Meanwhile, lurking in the background, two young men who call themselves Hawk and Pidge are orchestrating devastation everywhere they go.
But who are these young men? What, if anything, do they have to do with these events? Are they also connected to the disappearance of young Michael Campion? And what does Junie Moon have to do with any of it?
Just when I thought I’d seen enough to reach some conclusions, the writers threw a curve ball at the end.
I’m a big fan of Lindsay Boxer and her gal pals. In 7th Heaven (The Women’s Murder Club), we also meet her partner Rich Conklin and her boyfriend Joe. There could be some future twists and turns. I can’t wait for the next book. Four stars.