Fading into the background isn't the Sisterhood way. Even after all the adventures they've shared, the courageous, close-knit heroines of Fern Michaels' New York Times best-selling series are always ready to embrace another challenge...All good things must come to an end. But Myra Rutledge isn't ready to put the Sisterhood - the stalwart band of friends who've become legendary for meting out their own brand of justice - behind her just yet. Though she loves her beautiful home and her husband, Charles, Myra can't deny that she's restless. And as it turns out, she's not the only one longing to dust off her gold shield and get back in action.
When Maggie Spritzer, former editor-in-chief of the Post and an honorary member of the Sisterhood, arrives with a new mission in mind, Myra welcomes her in. Maggie's newshound instincts haven't dulled since she left the Post, and she suspects that two Maryland judges - identical twins Eunice and Celeste Ciprani - are running a moneymaking racket that sends young offenders to brutal boot camps, often on trumped-up charges. Soon the Vigilantes are gathering in their war room once more, catching up on the momentous events in each other's lives even as they plan their campaign. The Ciprani twins are powerful and ruthless, and taking them down won't be easy. But with the aid of formidable allies - including former President Martine Connor - Myra, Annie, Maggie, and the gang concoct a scheme that will bring justice to the innocent - and leave the guilty blindsided...
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"One of the best."
So delighted to have the whole gang working together. Each have their specialities and even though they may not be in the same location each do their thing to perfection. I so enjoy the vicarious satisfaction of hearing the vigilantes work out their schemes and right the wrongs. Read this one way out of order so was happy to learn how Dennis joined the group. Also the ending was not filled with gratuitous violence as some earlier and later books did. Just right.
"Miss the Sisterhood"
Good story but I missed the Sisterhood, the originals. This was basically a Myra and Annie story. Needed more pop. No major drama or exciting scenes. Still enjoyed it, nice light story. Keep them coming but bring back Harry Wong and the original Sisterhood. Bring back that edge.
I have read all the sisterhood books. This book was a total disappointment! Yes, would definitely try another book by Fern Michaels!
4 times I feel asleep listening to the book. It had nothing to do with the narration what so ever! it was the plot. The excitement was not in this book! The plot stunk!
I have nothing against the narrator! Yes, most definitely!
This book feel short. There was absolutely no excitement to this book, more like boring! Yes, it does need a follow up book. Just because I got 1 crappy book does not mean all Fern Michaels book are crappy!
Fern Michaels normally write good books but this book was really boring!
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