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by Fern Michaels

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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In her latest installment of the Sisterhood series, Michaels captures well the true meaning of friendship while giving us an entertaining story as she sends the seven women of the Sisterhood on another mission. Witty, amusing and filled with lively characters, this story is sure to please loyal fans everywhere.

Supreme Court Chief Justice Pearl Barnes is being blackmailed by her ex-son-in-law. In desperation, she turns for help to her old friend, Judge Nellie Easter and the Sisterhood, a group of seven women who have just recently carried out their own form of vigilantism.

Exiled on a remote mountaintop in Spain, they decide to sneak back into the United States, risking capture by American authorities and potential exposure by a nosy reporter, to make things right for Barnes using, once again, their unique brand of justice. (Kensington, Apr., 316 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Melanie E. Bates

Publisher: Kensington

Published: April 2008

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