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IN BOOK 2 OF THE HOUSEWIFE ASSASSIN SERIES:
On Donna's to-do list: First, exterminate a rogue operative out to assassinate the newly elected Russian President. Next: file for divorce!
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5.0 out of 5 stars. Absolutely Hilarious. —SugBur
This series has become my absolute favorite. I laugh, I cry and just have to keep on reading, even at 2am. This is one series that I guarantee that you'll find it Impossible to put down. The story line is fabulous, with characters that are so easy to identify with. And the beginning salutation before each chapter, keeps you in stitches, literally. Thanks again Josie, I've thoroughly enjoyed reading each one of your books and I can't wait to read the next.
5.0 out of 5 stars A very fun read. —Gary Goodnow
The author does a great job with character development with all the characters and keeps a great balance between their personal and professional lives. Hard to put down once I got started. I'm waiting for the next book in the series!!!
5.0 out of 5 stars. Another rollicking ride. —Mary Soelberg
Josie Brown has another winner. Plenty of action and a generous number of chuckles are in store for all who care to join them for this fast-paced adventure.
5.0 out of 5 stars. It is about time! —Cathe' Holley
The female lead is our best version of the housewife who is also a secret agent. The humor along with the fast paced writing is a combination I just adore.
5.0 out of 5 stars. Love this killer series! —judywong1952
With pithy humor, Josie Brown weaves a story with so many twists and turns that it's hard for Donna to know in which direction she's headed. Even assassins can be surprised!
5.0 out of 5 stars So fun with twists you actually don't see coming! —Michelle Fruscione
So many books in this genre fall into the same formula and once you've read more than two of them, the books become predictable. Not so in this book (or any of Josie Brown's books for that matter).