- 7th Heaven (novel)
Infobox Book |
name = 7th Heaven
image_caption = First edition cover
James Pattersonand Maxine Paetro
language = English
Women's Murder Club
genre = Thriller,
release_date = 14 January 2008
media_type = Print (
pages = 384 pp (first edition, hardback)
isbn = ISBN 978-1846052507 (first edition, hardback)
The 6th Target
"7th Heaven" is the seventh book in the
Women's Murder Clubseries featuring Lindsay Boxer by James Pattersonand Maxine Paetro. It was released first in the UK on the 14 January 2008 and then by Little Brown in the US on February 5, 2008.
The Women's Murder Club pursues two cases in an electrifying new thriller–chasing a deranged killer and searching for a murderer with a taste for fire.
A Very Public Disappearance....
The teenage son of California's ex-governor, Michael Campion has mysteriously vanished. Known as the "Boy with a Broken Heart" because of his incurable heart defect, Michael grew up under the eye of an adoring public. The pressure on Detective Lindsay Boxer to find Michael is overwhelming. When she finally does get a lead, it's devastating...
A Deadly Rash of Arsons...
While working on the Campion case, Lindsay and her partner, Rich Conklin, also investigate terrifying fires that are destroying some of the most beautiful homes in San Francisco–and killing their owners in the flames. But when Lindsay invites her friends in the Women's Murder Club to help her uncover the arsonist, the blazes suddenly start to rage much too close to home.
A chance at 7th Heaven...
Now as these two intense, demanding cases bring Lindsay and Rich closer together than ever, Lindsay will find herself on the brink of an emotional meltdown.
*2008, UK, Century (ISBN 978-1846052507), pub date 14 January 2008, hardback (First edition)
*2008, USA, Little Brown (ISBN 978-0316017701), pub date 5 February 2008, hardback
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