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by Fern Michaels

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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Fans who thought the ladies of the Sisterhood were going to go quietly into retirement are going to be very surprised — and thrilled. There’s nothing quite like watching the Sisterhood take on corruption and injustice. Leave it to Michaels to not only bring the suspense, but also add some laugh-out-loud humor and sentimental moments.

Fortified by their hard-won amnesty, the women of the Sisterhood are struggling to adapt to normal life and not get bored. However, once a vigilante, always a vigilante — and this time, their country is calling. President Martine Connor, the woman who signed their pardons, has formed a top-secret organization that officially won’t exist. The Sisterhood will report directly to her and handle the kinds of assignments they do best. (KENSINGTON, Apr., 266 pp., $27.95)

Reviewed By: Pat Cooper


Published: April 2011

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