The '11th Hour' is the eleventh book of the famous murder mystery series of James Patterson, 'Women's Murder Club'. Like all the other novels from the series, this book is also set in San Francisco. The story revolves around certain murder scenes in the city, and its investigation by a small group of women known as Women's Murder Club. The author has detailed the investigations of the sensational crimes in the city building up thrilling incidents that keep the readers on the edge of their seats. Just like the name of the book, the readers never get to uncover the mystery till the 11th hour; however, the excitement builds up as one flips the pages.
Plot Of The Story
A murderer is freely roaming around the city, and he has killed various San Francisco drug dealers and an undercover cop as well. After the investigation of the crime scenes, a weapon is found that belongs to the Detective Lindsay Boxer's evidence locker. Access to the locker is not an easy task, and this gives an idea of the involvement of a cop in the crime scenes. Boxer, with the help of the Women's Murder Club, starts investigating her colleagues despite her pregnancy. She goes through dangerous, deadly situations in such condition. Before she could even get closer to the murderer, another brutal crime scene appears where two heads are found in the garden of a world-famous actor's garden. The crime scene grows more intense as more heads are unearthed. Many lives are in danger, and she has to get hold of the murderer as soon as possible. However, she is also in a physically crucial condition to take on such dangerous situation. The biggest dilemma for Boxer is to figure out who is trustworthy and who is not. For any mystery-book lover, this is a treat.
About The Author
James Patterson is a famous author known for his romance and thriller novels. He has also been voted the Author of the Year at the Children's Choice Book Awards in 2010. Some of his known works include 'Tick Tock,' '10th Anniversary,' and '8th Confession.' You can order online for the paperback edition published by RHUK with the ISBN-10 number of 0099580659 and the ISBN-13 number of 9780099580652.