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by Fern Michaels

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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Usually, reading a Sisterhood book is like catching up with old friends. This time around, there are some slight disappointments. The latest installment feels a bit overcrowded, and some of the characters get lost in the shuffle. Also, the last few books seemed to be moving toward the goal of getting the women out of exile. This one appears more like it's treading water rather then advancing. Nevertheless, it's an enjoyable read.

When Bert Navarro is selected as the president's choice to be the new director of the FBI, rumors begin to take on a life of their own about his involvement as an ally of the Sisterhood. To avoid any close scrutiny, some distractions are set in motion in the Capitol. To further muddy the waters, a seemingly small assignment in Las Vegas eventually grows to include not only the Sisterhood but also many of their allies. Soon it's front-page news. It doesn't take long before no one is paying any attention to what's happening in the Capitol or to the new FBI director. (ZEBRA, Jan., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Lauren Spielberg

Publisher: ZEBRA

Published: January 2009

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