IN BOOK 5 OF THE HOUSEWIFE ASSASSIN SERIES:
A nude sunbathing serial killer, a Lord of the Flies 'tween takeover, poison-dart throwing pygmies...
Talk about a fantasy (nightmare?) island!
An NSA scientist has disappeared with a deadly plague virus. Donna and Jack must find him before it is unleashed on Fantasy Island, home of three very different resorts:
Like Kamp KidStuff, where families frolic among dolphins, cartoon characters--and warring gangs of' tweens who believe in the law of the jungle, including human sacrifices;
And Eden Key, a nude singles sanctuary where tiki-hut treehouses provide the perfect setting for rum-fueled romances and casual hook-ups—not to mention the occasional swinger slashing…
Finally, there's the Hunt Club, which allows its members to track a very unique, soon-to-be extinct prey.
And you call this a vacation?
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
The whole series is quite good. Easy to read and get drawn into the lives of the characters. These were quick reads for me and I have to say I have enjoyed the entire series. Do read them in order.
Great book funny and sexy.
A working vacation – Donna can’t seem to cut a break as she leads her team to a resort island to find a missing man and bacteria samples that could mean danger. Before long she’s knee deep in kids, mission responsibilities, and an island full of secrets… Josie weaves quite the tale together – when you think you know what’s happening, the rug get’s pulled out from under you and you hang on for the mad cap ride. This is a tale full of suspense, Donna’s ‘travel’ tips, and her love for partner Jack. If you are fan of the series this is not to be missed, and if you are new to it then hang on for the ride – it’s well worth it.
Way too many names and events copied from TV shows and movies. They are so obvious with similar names and events I don't know how the author gets away with it. Love the series but this one I didn't like.