The Hitwoman Goes to Prison

The Hitwoman Goes to Prison

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Overview

Family is everything.

That's the motto Maggie Lee lives by. She's proven that she'll do anything (even become an assassin...albeit an inept one, as God likes to remind her) to take care of those she loves.

Even when they drive her crazy.

But as Maggie attempts to reunite a young boy with his mother, her own family is in danger of falling apart.

The human members are facing a heartbreaking loss, the animals are mutinying against one of their own, and a missing skull is causing trouble for everyone.

Maggie may be able to save an innocent's life, but can she save her family?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163107124
Publisher: Jennifer Baum
Publication date: 12/27/2019
Series: Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman , #22
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 66,734
File size: 571 KB

About the Author

A Jersey Girl transplanted to the Sunshine State, JB (you can call her Jen) writes laugh-out-loud suspense and mysteries, along with goosebump-raising thrillers. Find out more at www.jblynn.com

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The Hitwoman Goes to Prison 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
scambra 24 days ago
Poor Maggie! One step forward, two steps back. So much happening in this book. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll be left wanting more! Can’t get enough of this dysfunctional family.
Cynthia Guido 24 days ago
I love the Hitwoman series! The Hitwoman goes to prison keeps everything moving and interesting. Matilda is a great addition!
Ann Butler 25 days ago
I wish it wasn't so short can't wait for the next one
Linda__ 27 days ago
Another winner! This is a fast paced and very entertaining story. In this book, Maggie's family relationships are strained as things come to a head with one of her sisters and her niece, Katie. Add in the general strife among the animals and Maggie's various jobs vying for her attention, and you have all the elements for a great story. One this I particularly enjoy in this series is how Maggie has grown and matured over the course of the series. However, while she has grown, the novel is just as entertaining and humorous as ever. If you enjoy the genre, you will love this book. The author is on my must read authors' list.