15th Affair - James Patterson & Maxine Paetro

15th Affair

By James Patterson & Maxine Paetro

  • Release Date: 2016-05-02
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 420 Ratings)

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15th Affair James Patterson & Maxine Paetro

Detective Lindsay Boxer chases an elusive, possibly very dangerous suspect...her husband, Joe.

Lindsay Boxer has a beautiful baby daughter and a husband she loves unconditionally. She'd always been too focused on her career as a San Francisco police detective to wonder what domestic bliss might feel like, but now she knows, and she's never been happier. She can't imagine that a brutal murder at a luxury hotel, and the disappearance of a gorgeous blond woman from the scene, could have anything to do with her own life and marriage--yet soon both are unraveling, and Lindsay can't ignore disturbing clues that hit very close to home.

Just as bombs are starting to go off in her personal life, an explosive tragedy rocks San Francisco, plunging the city into chaos. Pressed into duty to investigate a criminal plot that stretches around the globe, Lindsay again finds herself following signs that lead to her own front door. Thrown into a tailspin and fighting against powerful enemies trying to protect their operatives and conceal the truth at all costs, Lindsay turns to the Women's Murder Club for help as she desperately searches for the elusive, and deadly, blonde before she loses Joe for good.

Filled with the pulse-pounding intrigue that has made James Patterson the world's #1 bestselling writer, 15th Affair is an emotionally charged story that proves all is fair in love, war, and espionage.

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  • 15 Affair

    By Pjfletch
    Not one of his better books. Don't think he had much input. Have someone tell you about it and save yourself the misery.
  • Wonderful reading

    By Shedevil72
    Great book like usual. His books always end in a twist if you read his books, to make you buy the next book. Which is fine by me. Love reading his books by all means. They all take off great right from the start to keep you involved in the book and keep you reading. Never a boring book.
  • Thrilling

    By Bird Butt
    Full of mystery and intrigue...
  • Ho hum

    By 709spofford
    So cliche. Does a female have any input?
  • 15th AFFAIR

    By jojosunset
    If you've read one Patterson you've pretty much read them all, the characters just have different names. But I enjoy the quick pace of his books & the Women's Murder Club, Cross & Bennett books I read. This one does have a rather unusual ending that I really hadn't been expecting but am sure will be resolved in #16 or 17 or 22.....
  • 15th Affair

    By Lessampson
    I was extremely disappointed with the story line of Lindsey's distrust and disbelief of Joe resulting in her not wanting him in her life. It is totally out of character and not logical given their loving relationship and her intimate knowledge of his job. The authors took a very wrong turn with this turn of events!
  • Surprise ending

    By 14Bunny
    This book was fantastic. A great story and new twists. With the exception of the end. As the other reviewer noted, also too short. But the others are quick reads as well. I love this series but am moved enough to send my disappointment on how it ended. I don't want to ruin anything for those yet to read but I hope the next book gets Lindsay back on track. This was a shocker and a let down of surprising proportions to me. I hope the 16th book brings things back together so to speak.
  • 15th Affair

    By Vanya 34
    Well written with interesting characters. But rather short for $15. I expected more. Too much stuff not related to the book.

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