• Three Single Wives

  • A Novel
  • By: Gina LaManna
  • Narrated by: Susannah Jones
  • Length: 10 hrs and 23 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (120 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

"[A] divinely original thriller...a wonderful carousel of revolving suspects, motives, and means, and many people to love and to love to hate." - Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

An addictive second mystery novel about book clubs, murder, and the domestic secrets inside every household from the author of Pretty Guilty Women!

Three beautiful women. Two wedding bands. One dead husband.

When Anne Wilkes, Eliza Tate, and Penny Sands arrive at book club bearing bottles of wine, none of them are plotting to kill. But when the subject of a philandering husband arises, revenge is in the air. By the end of the night, someone is dead.

Two women with rings on their fingers and one with stars in her eyes. All of them are hiding something. All of them are lying.

What really happened that night? Only the guilty knows. Did one woman take everything too far, or is the truth really more twisted than fiction?

A domestic thriller that will keep you guessing, Three Single Wives is compelling mystery for book clubs that devoured Samantha Downing, Sandi Jones and Lucy Foley.

©2020 Gina LaManna. (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Good listen! Nice twist at the end!

Good listen. Keeps you engaged. A nice couple little twist to keep you on your toes.

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Entertaining

I really enjoyed it. So many characters and plots that I did get confused but then paid full attention and couldn't stop. Great Story, Many characters and plot twists and turns. Will keep you guessing until the end. This is my first book by this author and will be trying another.

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Enjoyed the format...

I really enjoyed how the two sides of the story line were entertained. It’s a fun easy read.

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Solid idea, failed execution

Solid idea, failed execution.

I wanted to love this book- I'm in a book club. Technically I'm in 7 of them (6 are for work). So a murder that has it's roots in a book club meeting? Here for it. Three very different women, all with a motive to kill, here for it. Plot twists and a timeline that alters between past and present and snippets of a trial? Here for it!

But the book club isn't a real book club. The three women are immature, often stupid, and their motives for anything but murder are murky at best. I have no real sense of why they do anything they do. The men in their lives, even less. The plot twist at the end just had me rolling my eyes. You know what would have made a great plot twist? A better murderer!


The trial was bizarre to say the least. You can’t just randomly accuse pretty much every witness of murder. And what morons are conducting this investigation? How terrible of a lawyer does the main suspect have?

At the end, this was not the book for me. At least I finished it in time to discuss it tonight at book club. I'm definitely interested to hear what my friends think, since a lot of reviewers really seem to have liked this book.

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What’s a Book Club Without wine?

Good story that followed through each character nicely. Story keep you wondering what was coming up next. Good ending

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Hard to follow at first but once you get the characters down and the back and forth in time it actually turns into a good listen. I almost gave up but decided to pay close attention and stuck it out.