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Gotcha by Fern Michaels

July 1, 2013 - Amy Phelps
A woman turns to a group of unlikely vigilantes for help in getting her granddaughter back in New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels "Gotcha!"

Julie lost her son years ago when he died under mysterious circumstances. She believes her daughter-in-law, Darlene, could have called 911 and just didn't, especially because she was having an affair, but wanted to keep a hold of her stepdaughter Olivia, solely for her money. Julie tried to fight for custody in court and couldn't afford the lengthy court cases, but now she's gotten money and has gotten a better idea - a group of women vigilantes who get revenge. They set out to make Darlene and her lover's lives as miserable as possible and get them to sign over custody of Olivia - through any means necessary.

This is a darkly wicked thriller of revenge that doesn't start out that way - it somewhat starts out cozy and ends close to "Resevoir Dogs" territory. But for anyone who's ever been done wrong and wants to live vicariously, this is a page turner.

"Gotcha" is published by Kensington. It is $7.99 and is 352 pages long.


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