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0316018760 03 02 0316018767 03 9780316018760 15 9780316018760 14 09780316018760 01 BB <b202>01</b202> <b203>The 8th Confession</b203> A01 Patterson, James A01 Paetro, Maxine 01 eng 400 FIC000000 10 FIC030000 10 FIC031000 01 01 When a preacher with a message of hope for the homeless is found brutally executed, reporter Cindy Thomas knows the story could be huge. Probing deeper into the victim's history, she discovers he may not have been as saintly as everyone thought...

Rich, beautiful, and powerful, Isa and Ethan Bailey were living in the spotlight as San Francisco's perfect couple--until they are found dead in their luxurious home.

As the hunt for two criminals tests the skills of the entire Women's Murder Club, sparks begin to fly between Detective Lindsay Boxer and her partner, Rich Conklin, making it difficult to stay focused on the case. The electrifying new chapter in the Women's Murder Club series, THE 8TH CONFESSION serves up the mile-a-minute twists that only James Patterson can deliver.]]

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Women detectives -- California -- San Francisco -- Fiction.
San Francisco (Calif.) -- Fiction.
Female friendship -- Fiction.
Mystery fiction. -- gsafd
Suspense fiction. -- gsafd