Murder, suspense, sex-and some very hot scoops. IN BOOK 17 OF THE HOUSEWIFE ASSASSIN SERIES: Donna and Jack must infiltrate a maj...
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Murder, suspense, sex-and some very hot scoops.
IN BOOK 17 OF THE HOUSEWIFE ASSASSIN SERIES: Donna and Jack must infiltrate a major media conglomerate's newspaper, television, and radio divisions in order to stop a foreign state's covert attempt to initiate a global war.
If you like pulp thrillers filled with satire and dark comedy starring hardboiled women sleuths mixed up in international crime and mystery, you will love the Housewife Assassin romantic mystery series.
IN PRAISE OF THE HOUSEWIFE ASSASSIN SERIES
"The last book that made me laugh: Josie Brown's The Housewife Assassin's Handbook. I taught it in a class about comic novels." -Jane Smiley, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, A Thousand Acres
"The Housewife Assassin's Handbook is a hilarious, laugh-out-loud read. Donna is a fantastic character - practical, witty, and kick-ass tough. There's plenty of action - both in and out of the bedroom - and although there are a few grittier scenes, generally this is a light, humourous caper of a crime novel. I especially love the housekeeping tips at the start of each chapter - each with its own deadly twist! I can't wait to read the next in the series. Highly Recommended." -Stephanie Broadribb's Crime Thriller Girl blog
"On many days, I'll join deep discussions about the works of Le Carré, Deighton, Greene, Ambler, and Forsyth. And then I take incredible delight in a series like The Housewife Assassin. Just the name would likely cause eyebrows to be raised, and my stature as an 'expert' falls a bit. Too bad! The authors mentioned above all entertained the heck out of me. And so does Josie Brown's wonderfully fun and amusing Donna Stone. I take a lot of delight from the series. I hope you do as well because I want more adventures." -Randall Masteller, Spy Guys + Gals
"Donna will do anything to protect her family, even go so far as to pretend a total stranger is the father of her children that they don't remember. Donna goes through every emotion realistically: sadness, stress, guilt, worry, jealousy, anger, feeling violated, and feeling betrayed then finally victorious. Brown writes the kind of feminist action plot that men should be reading, especially male authors, to cure that trope of 'vapid sexy girl with a gun.'" -Amber Love, author