Three Women Disappear

Three Women Disappear

eBook - 2020
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A man is murdered in his home. Sarah, his personal chef. Anna, his wife. Serena, his maid, all had access. Now all three women are missing.  Eyes are on Detective Sean Walsh, whose personal connection to the case is stronger than the leads to solve it. Neither the powerful bankroll behind the deceased, mob accountant Anthony Costello, nor Walsh's vengeful superior officer can budge the investigation. Yet as Walsh continues to dig, he uncovers even more reasons the women have to stay hidden -- from the law, and from each other.
Publisher: [S.l.]: Little, Brown and Company, 2020.
ISBN: 9780316541633
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Additional Contributors: Serafin, Shan - Author


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Mar 10, 2021

This was an easy read - as easy as a murder mystery can get. The book and the bonus book were both women-centric, perhaps in deference to International Women's Day. There was not too much of a plot or thrill but the book rolled along and ended pleasantly.

Jan 22, 2021

There are 2 books here. The first, about 3 ladies missing, is pretty slow and too many characters and too "busy". And too long! Patterson has started adding verbiage when the book is too short and without much of a plot. Also he's in the 1st person point of view in each chapter or segment of the book.

I found the 2nd book within this book to be more entertaining. If you have plenty of dead time then read the book.

I like books to read quickly and this one drug on and on for me.

Patterson either needs to retire and quit lending his name to other authors or get better co-authors and actually double check what he allows to go to print. He's becoming not worth reading.

Jan 08, 2021

Finished THREE WOMEN DISAPPEAR by James Patterson and Shan Serafin. Sorry I did and won't read another they do together.

Jan 05, 2021

One of the best James Patterson books not written by James Patterson that I have read recently. There are 2 stories and both are interesting and I finished reading both. They are not typical James Patterson stories but then he only wrote his name on the cover. The stories were written by his coauthor and not bad for a first time author.

Dec 06, 2020

The first story in this two story book was pretty bad. I would give it two stars. The second story was even worse and, if possible I would rate it with a minus 3(-3). By averaging them it would be rated a BIG ZERO. Patterson - how could you even put your name as author of this book?

Dec 03, 2020

It took me about 3 chapters to get dist. of it . but i enjoyed it as with the + Novel

Nov 01, 2020

One of his worse books , disappointed , a waste of time


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