The 20th Victim

The 20th Victim Summary

Sergeant Lindsay Boxer tackles an ambitious case that spans San Francisco, L.A., and Chicago in this pulse-pounding thriller of "smart characters" and "shocking twists" (Lisa Gardner, #1 New York Times bestselling author).
Three victims, three bullets, three cities. The shooters' aim is as fearsomely precise as their target selection. When Lindsay realizes that the fallen men and women excel in a lucrative, criminal activity, she leads the charge in the manhunt for the killers. As the casualty list expands, fear and fascination with this suspicious shooting gallery galvanizes the country.
The victims were no angels, but are the shooters villains . . . or heroes?

Book Reviews

Dan Vermilion

Boring3 star

First, the book has many, many names and they make it hard to follow. It is confusing, the names just pop up. Second, THE STORY IS very weak, populated with girly conversations that are not very interesting. It is not a very good book unless you can’t sleep. I was very glad when this book was over. I kept reading it hoping it would get better. It didn’t.35


The twentieth victim2 star

There were a few good passages, but I would say overall this book was boring, too formula. Very disappointed.25


20th victim1 star

Truly terrible plotting and awful writing. Impossible events follow stupid character development follow amazing coincidence. This is absolutely awful writing and totally useless entertainment.15

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