Some epiphanies are shaped like diamonds, others, like bullets.
Isabella Albrici’s epiphany begins when her mobster husband, Domenic, frames Isabella and her best friend, Teresa Benedetti, for his diamond smuggling operation. Targeted by the resident psychopath, Isabella and Teresa will be lucky to survive jail, even luckier to survive if they get out – thanks to Domenic, ‘the family’ thinks Isabella is an FBI informant.
The big house ain’t no fun house, but for Isabella and Teresa, it’s the safest house there is, until the evidence keeping them there suddenly goes missing. Friendless and penniless, tossed out on the streets to fend for themselves, they meet a mysterious woman named Irish who takes them in.
For years, these mob wives have lived off the wages of sin, now they’re determined to redeem themselves – by whacking their old men. But If Irish has her way, Isabella and Teresa will call off their vendetta and get the hell out of Dodge before the family can clip them.
Welcome to the inaugural meeting of the New Jersey Mob Suffragette’s Whack Club.
Featuring strong women leads, humour, action-adventure and women’s friendship, The Whack Club is a comedy-thriller gaining popularity with fans of Jana Deleon, Janet Evanovich and Killing Eve.
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In her first job, Susan Bennett sold large knives, replica pistols and handcuffs to complete strangers. Many years later, it occurred to her that some of those nice strangers may not have been purchasing these items for joke gifts as they claimed. Maybe they weren’t even nice.
Her writing prizes include first place in the EJ Brady Award (twice), the Sydney Writers’ Room Short Story Competition, The New England Thunderbolt Prize for crime writing, the Joseph Furphy Prize and Field of Words Short Story Competition, second place in the ESU Roly Sussex Awards (twice) and the Grace Marion Prize. Her stories have also enjoyed high commendations or shortlisting in the Scarlet Stiletto Awards for crime writing, the Albury City Short Story Awards (three times) Ink Tears, the Los Gatos Writers’ Festival, The Big Issue and in the Southern Cross Literary Competition. Her work has been published by The Fish Anthology, The Moth, Etchings, The Australian Broadcasting Commission and the Shepparton News, among others.