The Fiends – Rick Suttle

It’s late summer and three Oklahoma cowgirls are heading to Flushing, Michigan for a weekend rodeo, transporting a trailer with three horses, their equipment and supplies. On the way back to their Indianapolis hotel, after leaving their horses at an overnight facility twenty minutes away, they pull up behind a large pickup that’s zigzagging across the center line of a rural road. When they try to pass it, the driver speeds up and tries to cut the women off. They finally get past the pickup, but one of the cowgirls cusses the driver out and flips her the bird. Little do they know that inside the truck are five members of The Fiends, a brutal gang of teen girls from the Columbus area, who are taking one last road trip before high school starts.

The leader and driver of the Fiends, a huge, vicious girl name Andrea Schmidt, chases the cowgirls’ truck and trailer and runs them off the road. And after a brief fight on the side of the road, the girls escort the women to a desolate bridge that overlooks a steep ravine. An ensuing fight with an intoxicated Andrea leaves one of the cowgirls dead. The other two cowgirls are then tossed off the bridge down a cliff in a restricted area with no outlet.
After gathering some supplies to get rid of the cowgirls, who are now witnesses to murder, Andrea and the other girls go looking for them. And in a brutal fight and struggle, the cowgirls must use everything at their disposal to defend themselves if they expect to survive the night. But with their brutal history of crime, violence and crushing anyone that gets in their way, The Fiends intend to destroy the cowgirls and take everything they own. The Fiends is the sequel to Bullies of Madison High and Undercover Angel. It’s exciting and suspenseful girl-on-girl action like you’ve never read before.