A Woman's Guide to Revenge

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SelectBooks, Inc., 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 226 pages
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Though called the fairer sex, women are often on the receiving end of some pretty unfair treatment. Cheating husbands and scheming boyfriends aren't just the stuff of pulp novels - they're real-life louts who betray the trust of their mates, squirrel away assets, and leave untold numbers of women betrayed and destitute.But, when backed into a corner, don't' expect the fairer sex to play fair.In A Woman's Guide to Revenge, private investigators and husband-and-wife team Greg and Ann Clouthier open their case files for us and share unbelievable, shocking, hilarious tales of what can happen when a woman is pushed too far. More importantly, A Woman's Guide to Revenge offers sound practical advice, gleaned over nearly 20 years of experience, of how to spot a cheat and what legal steps you can take (personal touches optional).So join Greg and Ann Clouthier for tales of infidelity that are hard-boiled, hilarious, and all too true.
 

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I got the book by Greg Clounthier himself. The title itself got my attention and as soon as I started reading the introduction i fell in love with it. Incredible stories.

Contents

Where the Action Is
13
The Other Woman
27
How They Hide the Money
45
Cheating? Or Not?
65
For Whom the Del Tolls
81
Bashful Bob
97
The MileHigh Club
113
Snowbound
123
From Dud to Dude
165
House for Sale
175
The Mistress
179
Gucci
187
Its Showtime
193
Appendix A The 40Year Itch
207
Appendix B Signs and Portents
217
When Not to Be Suspicious
219

The Rodent
131
Gullible No More
139
Run Forrest Run
161
Hiring a Private Investigator
223
About the Authors
225
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About the author (2005)

Greg and Ann Clouthier have been married for 30 years and have been practicing private investigators for 18 of those years. They specialize in infidelity cases. They live and work in Walnut Creek, CA, where they have a family of four children, two dogs and a host of transient animals.

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