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Sometimes, justice is a long time coming. That's the case with Julie Wyatt, whose story strikes close to home for the original founder of the Sisterhood, Myra Rutledge, and her best friend--and fellow Sister--Annie. Julie is convinced her greedy daughter-in-law Darlene had something to do with the mysterious circumstances surrounding her son Larry's death.
Publisher: New York : Kensington Pub., c2013
ISBN: 9780758266026
Call Number: F MICHAELS
Characteristics: 263 p. ; 22 cm


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Aug 18, 2019

This was a really sick book and I strongly recommend the author seek help. Under it's saccharin and religious??? surface it's truly sadistic. The characters are all awful. The bad people are two dimensional. The "nice" people are sadistic monsters except for the little girl. I wanted to care about her, but her character was so flat and unbelievable, I just couldn't think of her as a real child.

Aug 26, 2014

Always have to read the latest novel. You never know what wildly outrageous things the ladies will do. Always fun to read.

CLLinda Mar 10, 2014

Very good book. First time I read anything of Fern's and I really enjoyed it. Had a lot of surprises in it.

Feb 12, 2014

gotchca then blindsided then Kiss and tell.

oO_Oo Oct 27, 2013

I fell victim yet again to the don't-have-any-books-let's-see-what's-available-on-ebooks-there-must-be-something-good fallacy. This was a dreadful book. Actually, "dreadful" can't even really convey the true sense of it. First, it's lousily written. Second [SPOILER ALERT], I was truly dismayed with the glee in which the heroines (?!!) burned scalps with torches, attached electrodes to a penis and testicles, threatened to cut breast implants out, tortured with a high-pressure water hose, struck out with hammers, etc. Worse yet, this is apparently a series about a bunch of avenging women. Gives women everywhere a bad name. I like the occasional revenge fantasy as well as the next person, but this was just awful. Don't bother reading it. *shiver*

Aug 07, 2013

I usually like her writing and this book was very good until it came to the torture descriptions that these older ladies were having way too much enjoyment breaking noses, bashing teeth in , cutting and ever to much more. In the end due to this much pleasure in brutality, I won't be reading anymore of her books. Shame on her.

LaughingOne May 27, 2013

Love those Sisterhood women! Wish I knew some in real life. I enjoy reading the books even though the quality of the writing is not as good as I usually like.

May 09, 2013

After reading the last installment in the Sisterhood series, "Home Free", I didn't set my expectations too high for this latest story, "Gotcha!" I was pleasantly surprised!! This book really starts a new chapter in the series, with the "second string" taking charge (but still relying on the "first string" to bring it all together). Definitely worth a read--8 out of 10 for me.


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