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Final Justice

Final Justice

Written by Fern Michaels

Narrated by Laural Merlington


Final Justice

Written by Fern Michaels

Narrated by Laural Merlington

ratings:
4/5 (21 ratings)
Length:
6 hours
Released:
Jan 1, 2009
ISBN:
9781423345176
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Description

The seven women of the Sisterhood have risked everything in the name of justice, including their own freedom. Their most recent mission promised to reward them with a presidential pardon and a chance to leave their enforced exile. But before they can enjoy their prize, they'll have to tackle a risky new mission in the heart of Sin City.

Myra and Annie's childhood friend, Beatrice, needs a favor. The nine-times-widowed Beatrice has money to burn, and she's willing to spend it to help rescue her estranged daughter, Marble Rose, who's been enjoying a stroke of good luck at the casinos lately - the kind of luck that makes enemies of the most powerful people in Vegas. Those people want Marble Rose stopped, permanently.

Armed with Annie's sizeable checkbook and Alexis's red bag of tricks, the Ladies of Pinewood are about to put a daring plan in action. The Sisters have never failed before, but in Vegas, there are no sure bets - and the only thing they know with certainty is that this time, they'll have to wager everything they hold dear...
Released:
Jan 1, 2009
ISBN:
9781423345176
Format:
Audiobook

Also available as...

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About the author

New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels has a passion for romance, often with a dash of suspense and drama. It stems from her other joys in life—her family, animals, and historic home. She is usually found in South Carolina, where she is either tapping out stories on her computer, rescuing or supporting animal organizations, or dabbling in some kind of historical restoration.


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  • (2/5)
    Supposedly the final book in the Sisterhood series. I couldn't really find out what their task was.
  • (3/5)
    I have been enjoying the Badge of Honor series, and was looking forward to this eighth and final book in the series, but I was disappointed somewhat. The previous book ended about six months before this onein the story time frame, but what a change in the story foundation. All of a sudden we have laptops, cellular phones and digital cameras which were not there before. It's almost like Griffin forgot the time frame that these books are supposed to be set in. I was also disappointed that I did not see much of some of my favouite characters like Inspector Peter Wohl, and the crew in Special Operations. There was no Dave Pekach except peripherally. The story was all about Matt Payne and his antics as he tracks down a serial rapist turned killer. Of course he gets involved in another gun fight too. I read these books for the characters though, and I just did not see them enough this time out. Since this is the last book in this up to now enjoyable series, I really missed that.
  • (3/5)
    A better read than the previous one, but not nearly as good as the early books. I think maybe it's time for the series to come to a conclusion.
  • (3/5)
    Repetitive plot but love the characters enough to continue listening
  • (3/5)
    8th in this series--as usual, you do not have had to read the preceding novels, as he more or less tells you everything that has happened so far,. That, in itself can be annoying for those of us who read serially. That said, this is the best of the series to date....everything revolves around Matt Payne and his new assignment as a Sgt detective.Payne's character has never seemed more real.. Major gaff: all of a sudden we have laptops, cellular phones and digital cameras which were not there before.but NOBODY is any older. I was enjoying the 1970s and we just added 25 years. As always, we (re)learn a lot about the inner workings of the Philadelphia PD. Mickey, the newspaper guy, also featured. Another beef: the story just ends.....again.
  • (5/5)
    Best of the series to date....everything culminates with the inclusion of what I consider the main character, Matt Payne. Great story, but Payne's character has never seemed more real than this book, and there are several points in the plot that are true page turning experiences.