For readers of the first 14 books of the Sisterhood series, the latest installment is sure to feel like catching up with old friends. For first-timers, the large cast
of characters is confusing, but the suspense elements do create some page-turning scenes.
While the women of the Sisterhood are focused on the return of their mentor, someone close to them loses everything. Harry Wong, the true love of Sisterhood member Yoko, has become the victim of an identity theft ring. He is devastated when his beloved dojo goes into foreclosure and he winds up hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt.
The women vow to restore Harry's life and exact revenge Sisterhood style. With the help of Post editor Maggie and her reporters -- as well as Harry and his friend Jack -- the thieves don't stand a chance, especially when one of their greatest fears is used against them. (ZEBRA, Jan., 320 pp., $7.99)