16th Seduction by James Patterson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Funny that this book has the word "seduction" in the title, and yet there's pretty much none of that to be had in the book itself. What it does have, however, is the Women's Murder Club taking on a terrorist who bombs a San Francisco museum that's the Exploratorium in all but name (and especially considering that last year's Women's Murder Club outing included a plane crash on the ground of Mills High School in Millbrae, it's so weirdly jarring that Patterson and Paetro would use a phony-named version of a real landmark.) While the ongoing subplot of Lindsay and Joe's marital issues distracts from the plot with its general lack of presence, at least the trial of the Sci-Tron bomber proves gripping like this series was in the old days. I only hope that Book 17 is an improvement on this one.
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