The Columbus Dispatch
“Three Single Wives”
by Gina LaManna
Eliza Tate knows how to host a book club. Keep the smooth, vintage merlot flowing, invite a famous, eccentric author to engage in lively conversation, and toy with the notion of what it would be like to commit murder.
This story about four women with motives, begins six months earlier, and indeed, ends with a dead body.
It’s up to the reader to decipher the clever clues, as to who actually plunged a knife into a victim so many wanted dead.
There’s Eliza, the poised, cold-hearted, literary agent; and Anne, the down-trodden, exhausted mother of four, married to a well-respected cop with secrets of his own.
Penny, the not-so-innocent, wide-eyed aspiring actress from Iowa, is infatuated with her elusive professor, while partaking in a nasty little hobby. And Marguerite, the boisterous author herself, is a champion of women, with a clear disdain for men.
An engaging, easy-to-read novel that belies the adage “Never underestimate the power of a woman scorned”.
— Elaine Lolli www.theezbooknook.blogspot.com