It's hard to believe that this is the
11th story in the Sisterhood series. The women of the Sisterhood are not as front and center as usual, but no worries -- it gives some of the equally interesting supporting characters a chance to shine. By this time readers know what to expect from Michaels and receive it in
spades -- the series continues to
be fun and entertaining.

When the Democratic and Republican parties claim their confidential lists of fundraisers have been stolen, both reach out to the Sisterhood for assistance -- with the Republicans offering a presidential pardon as a reward. It all seems a bit too good to be true, so before coming out of hiding, the Sisterhood dispatches its strong support network to find out what's really happening. But what all outside parties tend to forget is that when members of the Sisterhood work together, it's awfully hard to outsmart them. (ZEBRA, Oct., 320 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Sandra Garcia-Myers