The Passion of Molly T Author:Lawrence Sanders From the dust jacket: "Remember 1987? When the National Women's Union became a major political force-due to the martyrdom of feminist Norma Jane Laughlin at the hands of sexist hooligans. As you recall, female counterinsurgents avenged Norma Jane's murder, then continud to operate as a fighting unit, executing death strikes against rapists, chil... more »d molesters, wife batterers and other males judged guilty of crimes against women.
Even now, we can call up images from the night news: porn factories in flames; armed, uniformed sisters proudly proclaiming justice in the name of women everywhere; and, above all, the stirring presence of Molly Turner herself. It was this 20th-century Joan of Arc who arose to become the first female American paramilitary leader-with the aid and instruction of her sister Ann's husband, Rod Harding, the Vietnam vet and former police officer. Together, they built the Women's Defense Corps-a crack elite force so deadly that the very threat of its reprisal made a government of males tremble. But you know all that-that, and the violent and shocking aftermath."« less