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The Housewife Assassin's Deadly Dossier by Josie Brown (18)

  • Kindle: 5392 KB
  • Print: 296 pages
  • Publisher: Signal Press (February 16, 2017)
  • ASIN: B06WVFG13W



IN THIS FULL-LENGTH SERIES PREQUEL, Acme Industries black-ops agent Jack Craig is tasked with investigating the mysterious death of his organization's most prolific hit man, Carl Stone, only to fall in love with the dead man's wife, Donna--a woman he must never contact, but who may hold the key to her husband's disappearance. When Acme approaches Donna to join their organization as an assassin, Jack's undercover mission will change both their lives forever.





Josie lives in San Francisco, California, with Martin and their two children.

For more on Josie Brown's books, go to her website.


My review for The Housewife Assassin's Handbook


REVIEW:
Donna Stone is bad ass!!
She should've been the main character of the story and not Jack, the perverted agent.
Anyway, the story was cool. Revenge is dish best served cold and that is a true adage for Donna. She wants nothing but revenge. Can't say I blame her really.
I like stories of espionage when they use normal people.
This book kinda reminded me of that Geena Davis movie where she is a housewife and assassin.... whatever that was called.
Yeah, it was good, but should I have read it in sequence of the series? Maybe.
Still it was good.


3.5/5




**Compensation may be earned from the link within. This copy was obtained free on Amazon. Opinions are owned by Freda's Voice.

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