The books in Fern Michaels' "Sisterhood" series, in order, are: "Weekend Warriors," "Payback," "Vendetta," "The Jury," "Sweet Revenge," "Lethal Justice," "Free Fall," "Hide and Seek," "Hokus Pokus," "Fast Track," "Collateral Damage," "Final Justice," "Under the Radar," "Razor Sharp," "Vanishing Act," "Deadly Deals," "Game Over," "Cross Roads," "Déjà Vu," "Home Free," "Gotcha!," "Blindsided," "Kiss and Tell" and "Eyes Only." There are 24 books in the series.Know More
Fern Micheals' "Sisterhood" series centers around a group of women who have been let down by the justice system and who set out to get revenge against the people who wronged them. The first book of the series, "Weekend Warriors," focuses on the story of a mother whose daughter was killed by a drunk driver and who decides to go after the man responsible when he is set free. Other cases include a woman seeking vengeance against her father and a rape survivor whose rapist is not caught. In 2014, an accompanying series, "The Men of the Sisterhood", was started with the book "Upside Down." This series follows the male members of the sisterhood.
Fern Michaels is the pen name of Mary Ruth Kuczkir. She is an American romance and thriller author and has written over 50 best-selling books.Learn more about Fiction
As of 2014, Karen Kingsbury has written several series: the Redemption series; five volumes of the Baxters series; the Firstborn series; the Sunrise series; the Above the Line series; the Bailey Flanigan series; the 9/11 series; the Lost Love series; the Forever Faithful series; the Cody Gunner series; the Timeless Love series; and the Angels Walking series. Each series, except for Angels Walking, contains two to five books.Full Answer >
Preston and Child suggest either starting at the beginning with the novel Relic, or with the two stand alone novels Still Life with Crows and White Fire. The latter are stand alone stories that do not require any previous background.Full Answer >
The "Ashes" series by William Johnstone consisted of 36 books, according to WilliamJohnstone.net. Zebra published the first book in the series, "Out of the Ashes," in 1983.Full Answer >
James Patterson's fictional Alex Cross is a psychologist who consults with the FBI and Washington, D.C. Police Department's Major Case Squad on missing persons and homicide cases. During a high-profile case, Cross finds and rescues two Washington Day School students. A later case finds him searching for the president's children.Full Answer >