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A Bad Day for Mercy by Sophie Littlefield
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Aug 14, 2012

really liked it
Read in August, 2012

I read this in less than two days, right on the heels of Bad Day #3, A Bad Day for Scandal. I have to say ... once again, Sophie Littlefield has not let me down.

I love that Stella Hardesty, Littlefield's protagonist who skirts the edge of the law (at least its letter), is still fighting for right and honor. But I love even more the added complications in her life. I love that Sophie has kept the connections Stella made in previous books (Goat, Chrissy and her daughter), but life just isn't that easy. Not for you or me, and not for Stella.

I'm on Stella's side. I'm on the side of the women (and others) she fights for -- disenfranchised citizens trying to rediscover their own personal power. And I'm on Sophie Littlefield's side. Somehow, she's kept this story going, kept up what was working (and working well!), and still not lost the freshness.

I was surprised. I was delighted. And I'm more a fan than ever.
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