- The Women's Murder Club
- Narrated by: January LaVoy
- Length: 4 hrs and 57 mins
- Abridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-07-12
- Language: English
- Publisher: Hachette Audio
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Lindsay Boxer is pregnant at last! But her work doesn't slow for a second. When millionaire Chaz Smith is mercilessly gunned down, she discovers that the murder weapon is linked to the deaths of four of San Francisco's most untouchable criminals. And it was taken from her own department's evidence locker. Anyone could be the killer - even her closest friends.
Or a vicious killer?
Lindsay is called next to the most bizarre crime scene she's ever seen: two bodiless heads elaborately displayed in the garden of a world-famous actor. Another head is unearthed in the garden, and Lindsay realizes that the ground could hide hundreds of victims.
You won't know until the 11th hour
A reporter launches a series of vicious articles about the cases and Lindsay's personal life is laid bare. But this time, she has no one to turn to - especially not Joe. 11th Hour is the most shocking, most emotional, and most thrilling Women's Murder Club novel ever.
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By Terri on 09-14-12
11th Hour Ended Too Soon
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I have enjoyed all of the "Women's Murder Club" books and this one was just as good. The story did not seem to be as in depth as the others and ended too soon. Would have enjoyed the women getting together more and putting their heads together to solve the murders. I didn't like the situation with Lindsay, yelled at her a few times to stop being so stupid; which shows how real the characters seem. Waiting on number 12.
By Patricia on 07-02-12
It's what you expect from the Women's Murder Club
Would you listen to 11th Hour again? Why?
No, Not exciting enough
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
Which character – as performed by January LaVoy – was your favorite?
They were all evenly performed with none being outstanding on their own, but a pleasant listen.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?