19th Christmas opening line: It was four nights before Christmas Eve, and the city of San Francisco had decked the halls, houses, and grand public edifices in a sparkling, merry Christmas display.
When a hot tip comes in about a heist, Sargeant Boxer knows she has to follow it. But Lindsay is being thwarted at every turn. And to make matters worse, it is the lead up to Christmas and her husband expects her to be home. She is not the only person in the Women’s Murder Club that is being affected by this possible crime. And each one of them has to push aside the festivities. Will Lindsay and her team manage to catch the person before the crime is committed?
Sergeant Lindsay Boxer is looking forward to spending time with her family over the holidays. But when she receives a tip-off that the biggest heist ever to hit San Francisco is being planned for Christmas Day, everything changes.The architect of the ambitious attack unleashes chaos across the city, laying traps and false alarms to distract Lindsay and the SFPD from his ultimate goal.As time runs out, will Lindsay be able to save the people of San Francisco from a Christmas they’d never forget?
Disclosure: I was sent the book to review by Penguin Random House South Africa. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.