IN BOOK 8 OF THE HOUSEWIFE ASSASSIN SERIES:
In order to flush out an internationally renowned hacker who is wreaking havoc with the United States’ Intelligence Community’s secured database, housewife assassin Donna Stone infiltrates three very successful high tech corporations:
—A company providing smart phones and other wireless devices with an operating system that contains artificial intelligence designed to meet your every need—even if it kills you;
—A tech conglomerate CEO who plans to broker the country’s intelligence secrets to the highest bidder, be it a terrorist or enemy state;
—And an interactive game start-up with an avatar on the deadliest mission of all: kill Donna.
Can she save the world from terror—and at the same time protect her children from the painful knowledge of the father who deserted them?
About the Author
Her other novels include:
The Candidate (political thriller)
The Baby Planner (contemporary women's fiction) and
Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives (contemporary women's fiction) which was optioned by producer Jerry Bruckheimer for television.
Josie lives in San Francisco with her husband and two children.
You can reach her via her website: www.JosieBrown.com and www.HousewifeAssassinsHandbook.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Basically, I sat on my patio all day reading this because I COULD NOT put it down. From the corny pick-up lines to Aunt Phyllis, this story is packed with the perfect amount of humor and wit to make anyone wish they were as able as Donna to deal with bad guys and all around life. The main idea around this installment in the series is original and fast-paced, I felt like I was with Donna trying to protect the children and infiltrate the big corporations! I am honestly just really pleased with this book, and I am proud to be a Josie Brown fan.
I love this series - it is my go to series when I want to laugh while reading a great story. Fun and funny chick lit at it's best. I particularly enjoy the vignettes at the beginning of each chapter - in this book all focused on computer/tablet/phone applications - and very very funny. I love how Donna's story has evolved over the series, from a mourning wreck in the first book to the strong woman she has proven to be. I will keep buying Josie Brown's books as long as she keeps writing them.
Love these books!