Review – James Patterson’s Unlucky 13

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Written by Wanda Hartzenberg and aided by ChatGTP

Unlucky 13 is one of the better books in this series.

📚 Book Review: Unlucky 13 by James Patterson 📚

🔍 Detective Lindsay Boxer is used to handling gruesome cases, but when two bodies turn up in a wrecked car on the Golden Gate Bridge, she knows it’s not just a simple traffic accident. The scene is more chilling than she’s ever seen, ruling out a mere crash as the cause of death.

🚔 As Lindsay delves into the investigation, she receives an unexpected call: her ex-colleague-turned-ruthless-killer, Mackie Morales, is back in town. Mackie, wanted for three murders, is ready to revisit old haunts in San Francisco.

💼 Despite the seriousness of the plot, Patterson infuses humor into the narrative, keeping readers engaged and entertained throughout. The book deftly juggles multiple plotlines, leading to satisfying conclusions that leave readers eager for more.

🌟 Impressions: Unlucky 13 stands out as one of the better entries in the series. While not a book I’d binge-read in one sitting or rush out to collect the entire series, it held my interest and delivered a compelling narrative. I’d give it a solid 3-star review.

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