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Guilty Wives Mass Market Paperback – April 30, 2013
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"The prolific Patterson seems unstoppable."―USA Today
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I usually love JP books. This one just did not deliver like others have. Overall, I dread saying this--but, I would pass on reading this one.
I had a very hard time getting into this story--normally I can not put down his books but, with this book--I kept forcing myself to pick it up and read as I knew it just had to get better since I loved his other books. Finally, with more than half the book over, it started to pick up.
Abbie Elliot and her friends go to Monte Carlo for a girls only retreat. The next day, they are all arrested for murder. The story details the life of Abbie in prison. Eventually Abbie escapes so she can prove as to who really did the murder and to clear her name.
I think I may have found it a tad more interesting if it also talked about the other girls and what they thought but, I am not even really sure about that.
So, to say again--I would skip this book and find something better to read.
The book's title should have been, "Violence in a French prison".