On most parts of the previous series we felt the club outnumbered in front of the enemy that was clever than ever. It was according to most of the people intentional by James Patterson as he wanted to add another character.
The writer never wanted this character to be an extra addition thus he makes room for it in 4th of July and then introduces it in this part. It is branded as a courtroom thriller by most of the audience and as none of the members of the women’s murder club was ever an expert of the court procedures so we see the entrance of the fifth horseman.
The case opens in a hospital ward when a mother dies all of a sudden and even her call button failed to work. No doctor in the hospital can tell the reason behind her death and thus the club is called for the solution. As the case goes one Lindsay and her team with Yuki as the new member find out that this is not first such case that has taken place in the down. Patients all over are dying in the similar fashion and nothing has been done because the hospitals want to save their reputation.
It is something bigger even than the crimes we saw in 3rd Degree. The club is without clue like always and the clock is ticking fast. Carolyn McCormick too has tried to give some more energy to this part to make it a little bit more sensational. The narrator has tried to change the pitch as well for the heavy look in the courtroom.