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Rich, Powerful, and Crooked--Meet Small, Odd, and Determined!
Robin Parsons is in the middle of a very bad day when a neighbor calls to ask for her help. The socially inept Carter "accidentally" kidnapped a county official, and he doesn't know what to do with the guy who is, Carter admits, "pretty mad" about it.
The man is a crook who cheated Carter's dying mother, and when she hears the story, Robin is furious. What can she do to right the wrong and at the same time keep Carter out of prison? A plan comes to mind--a way to make the man admit he's sleazy and agree to make amends. It's weird, but it's also satisfying.
So begins a secret quest for justice, paybacks for little guys who've been cheated, lied to, pushed around, and otherwise bamboozled by those with power and arrogance--those who say to their victims, "Life isn't fair. Deal with it."
Robin deals--in a (sort of) non-violent, proactive process they call KIDNAP.org.
Along the way she picks up a following, but it's definitely not a gang of superheroes. Odd to the point of weirdness, the KIDNAP.org crew bonds as they take on the bullies of the world and work to right the wrongs done to them and others.
Though Robin's "gang" is always just a step ahead of disaster, she can't quit. And if she's only a half-step ahead of the private investigator determined to track her down, a half-step will have to do.