It was almost midnight when Pet Girl got out of the cab and walked four blocks under the stars, the warm, moist air blowing off the ocean as she approached the run-down apartments at the farthest end of the Presidio.
She opened her front door, hung her backpack on a peg in the hallway, and went to the kitchen. There, she used a key to unlock the small pocket door, sliding it into its slot in the wall. Then she entered the long, narrow room that had once been a pantry and was now her private world. (p.278)
The Women's Murder Club tracks a killer with a taste for the super rich. Their feisty reporter won't let the murder of a homeless man be forgotten, or uninvestigated. Two club members find new romance. And one still struggles with the decision of whether or not to wear the engagement ring given by her lover and best friend. The 8th Confession by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro continues the club series with as much suspense and action as the previous books. I am thoroughly enjoying this series and will continue reading it until I reach the end.