HOW TO KILL YOUR HUSBAND
The story of a man cheating on his wife is nothing new, but with a few twists Walker makes it an interesting read. Though this novel is written well, it takes too long to get to the real meat
of the story, dragging on until the author is forced to use the last few pages to truly tackle the issues.
Claire is all set to celebrate her 16th wedding anniversary with her high school sweetheart, George. But when he brings home a present she know isn't for her, she grows suspicious. Red flags keep popping up as the evidence reveals that Claire might not be the only woman in his life. With her two best friends by her side, she goes on stakeouts, searches his belongings and plots the best way to get revenge. (GENESIS/INDIGO, Apr., 296 pp., $6.99)