The second choice seems like a no-brainer, but after a lot of harsh words and stubbornness a rift has been exposed. For the sake of their union, Annie, Alexis, Nikki, Isabelle, Kathryn, Yoko, and Myra pick their new mission and try to put their differences aside. A mysterious Washington D.C. political operative needs the women to track down a computer hacker who has stolen a list of secret fundraisers' names and sold it to an identity-theft ring. No one in either political party wants it known that valuable personal information has been mishandled, and with a presidential election looming, the stakes are high.
But as the Sisterhood set out to find the culprits, they soon discover the job is a lot more dangerous than they thought. Who really is their well-connected client? And can they stop fighting - and stay alive - long enough to see it happen?
©2008 Fern Michaels; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I have listened to 10 of the vigilante books and love them. You need to read them in the order that they are written to get the full effect of the vigilantes and understand them.
Great story but not enough details when the people get their comeuppance!! That was always the best part!!...when it wasn't too graphic.
So much better stories when it involved the personal stories of the ladies in the sisterhood and their quests for revenge...these all seem far flung and undeserving since...
No I would not ony because I do not listen to a story more then once.
To any Thriller-action-suspense book written. I listen to lots of books This is so far the best book I have ever listened to.
My favorite scene was when LIzzie Fox bailed out Marble Rose from the Las Vegas Jail.
When Lizzie Fox reveals to Ted her feelings for Cricket.
I love this series!!!! It's the best ever yet.
I enjoy the different voices used when telling the story. Plays like a movie in your head.
yes, all good
This is my first book by Fern Michaels. Maybe it's me - I didn't get it. I was never sure who was the protagonist. I couldn't summons any sympathy for the Vigilantes. Really I couldn't take anymore after the boots and leather pants Lizzie get up. What professional woman does that? The narrator was an unfortunate selection - what a dreadful southern accent.
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