Hell hath no fury like three women scorned... Three women from different walks of life - a doctor, a socialite, and a stripper - find out they have one thing in common: a husband! When the magnanimous hubby winds up dead, the unlikely trio band together to track down a killer, and along the way, discover a lot more than they bargained for.
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Entertaining. Easy to pick up where you leave off. Fun mindless listening for when you just don't want to think that much but be entertained
Not sure, but if other books are similar to this one, then probably not.
Haven't selected anything yet.
Ruby. The narration was good. If not for the standard of how the characters were portrayed I would have given up on the book much earlier.
I don't think the book could afford to drop anyone.
The police were portrayed as sexist and stupid. Guess they had to be portrayed that way or the story could not work. The women characters although very different to each other were portrayed as completely gullible even though one was a doctor and one moneyed. I struggled to believe these two asked no questions about the husband. The third was written as stupid.
Three very different women but only one husband! Throw in a sudden death and you have the basis of a funny, exciting story about strained relationships and detection. The story is told by the women alternately but such is the fantastic narration by Maureen Jones that one is never in doubt as to which is which. This was my first Stephanie Bond book but it is very unlikely to be the last
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