Meanwhile Cindy involves Yuki in the case of an undocumented immigrant who is being held without trial for a murder that Cindy believes he didn’t commit. I assume this is Patterson’s way of bringing relevance to his story, but it felt a little forced to me at times.
It is difficult not to love these four women and the men who surround them. The 19th Christmas seems to focus on Lindsay more than the others, and I found that a little disappointing. I found myself wanting to see more of the others, and I had a little bit of trouble keeping focus in the middle of the book, although the beginning did pull me in.
If you are a fan of the Women’s Murder Club, you will probably want to get this book, but I will admit that it wasn’t my favorite of this series.
Publisher - Little, Brown and Company
Date of Publication - October 7, 2019