3rd Degree

3rd Degree

Paperback - 2005
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Lindsay and Jill are enjoying a quiet afternoon in San Francisco when the townhouse across the street explodes into flames. A sinister note signed "August Spies" is found at the scene, while an infant who was asleep in the house at the time of the disaster remains unrecovered. As a wave of similar incidents erupts across town, the Women's Murder Club starts to identify a pattern of political terrorism that leads right back to August Spies. Now, with a child still missing and an upcoming meeting of G-7 nations that will provide the perfect stage for another attack, time is of the essence for three savvy detectives bent on putting a stop to the violence.
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, [2005], c2004
ISBN: 9780446614832
0446614831
Branch Call Number: Mystery Patterson Pbk
Characteristics: 360 p. ; 18 cm
Additional Contributors: Gross, Andrew 1952-
Alternative Title: Third degree

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rowyurboat
Dec 01, 2019

This is a really great novel - suspenseful and good character development

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barryandlinda
Jun 09, 2018

While jogging Detective Lindsay Boxer witnesses a townhouse blow up. There are three people dead and a missing infant. There is a note stating that others will die and it is signed August Spies. The FBI and Homeland Security get involved when others are murdered. Lindsay works closely with FBI Deputy Director, Joe Molinari and realizes that there are sparks between them. But every three days the letter states others will die. The race is on to find out who the people are doing the killings. This is a very good book. Looking forward to the next book in this series.

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bdls206
Jul 11, 2016

Good third book in the series, quick read lots of plot twists, I would recommend this to anyone looking for a good read.

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newfieshawn
Oct 05, 2015

Really makes you think lots of great twists nice ending to a great book

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paulsarkisian
Aug 24, 2015

I really liked this detective novel! I've never read James Patterson before, but I'm sure I will in the future. I thought the characters were presented with good balance and depth. The plot rocketed along - gripping the whole way. It is a much better than average police procedural. Strongly recommend it.

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rahmmie
Apr 12, 2014

This book had too much drama for me, which unfortunately took away from the whole detective/thrill part of the plot. Not a bad book, just not really the Patterson I'm used to

B2K2rEaD May 28, 2012

The Series gets better
more action
new characters (&1 lost)

ninihsfi Oct 24, 2011

so far the best women murders club book, from the beginning to to the end its intresting and so good its impossible to put the book down

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Ubalstecha
Aug 16, 2011

Despite my strong dislike of co-authored books, this is a gripping tale. Both go to a very deep, dark place with the killing off of a major character. Good gripping thriller.

beckz Mar 14, 2008

the twists and surprises in this one left me baffled.

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