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The 5th Horseman: A Novel Themes

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Themes

Trust and Friendship

The value of the work of the Women's Murder Club a central theme and object of the stories. Over the years of working together the women have developed a strong sense of trust and friendship. They rely on each other when it comes to everything personal and professional and in the end pool their resources to solve crimes.The Women's Murder Club is a group of women who come together during various murder cases, using their knowledge and resources to help Lindsay capture criminals. The group lives and works in San Francisco, which serves as the backdrop for the novels.

The group came together during an initial investigation being conducted by Lieutenant Lindsay Boxer and her best friend and Medical Examiner Claire Washburn. Over the years other women join the group. First is Cindy Thomas, a hot shot reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle. Later the...

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