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HIDE AND SEEK
by Fern Michaels

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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Michaels returns with her popular Sisterhood series as seven smart and savvy American women plan to exact revenge against another man who has wronged them. The plot is swiftly paced and full of action, and the well-developed characters come brilliantly alive.

The American women of the Sisterhood of Revenge are hiding in Spain because they're on the run from U.S. law enforcement officials. In hiding with
the women are Jack Emery and Harry Wong, whose significant others are
members of the Sisterhood.

When Charles Martin, the mentor
of the Sisterhood, decides that Jack and Harry need to return to the U.S. to clear their names, the women are furious. They don disguises to re-enter the U.S., planning to exact their own form of justice against the assistant director of the FBI, Mitch Riley, who is ruthlessly determined to bring the women to
justice. With the help of Riley's beleaguered wife, Alice, the Sisterhood forms a complex plot of its own to free her from a troubled marriage and rid the FBI of a power-hungry, dishonest leader. (ZEBRA, Jan., 320 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Sheri Melnick

Publisher: Zebra

Published: January 2008

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