Our Husband

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Macmillan, Nov 15, 2000 - Fiction - 384 pages
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They're three women with one thing in common...Our Husband.

When they found out about his cheating heart, they wanted to get even. But how even?

Fate has just thrown a curveball at the women in Raymond Carmichael's life-- all three of them. When they meet at his hospital bed, they discover they're all married to the same man. And when Raymond suddenly dies, the police suspect that one of these spunky ladies has commited murder...

The Socialite-- Blonde, post-menopausal, and mad as hell, Beatrix always suspected Raymond married her for her daddy's money...twenty-one years ago.

The Doctor-- a smart, small-town family physician, thirty-five-year-old Nathalie had ironically insisted on only one thing from her husband of seven years...absolute honesty.

The Stripper-- Twenty-one and an exotic dancer, Ruby would have chalked up her brief marriage to a learning experience...if she hadn't been pregnant.

Now they're three women left with a man's betrayal-- and worse, each other. But one thing they each insist-- they didn't kill Raymond. What can they do? Something outrageous and probably impossible: stick together to catch a murderer...

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User Review  - Scubafiend - LibraryThing

Although I didn't find it "laugh out loud" humorous I did get quite a few smiles. I became very invested in the characters and hope to meet up with them in a later novel. Five stars for a creative ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mickey - Goodreads

I liked this one quite a bit. Slightly predictable but very much enjoyable. These three women come together, hate each other, back each other up, etc etc, and it's fun. Takes twists and turns and you ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Stephanie Bond left a career in computer programming to write romance comedy fiction for a living. Drawing upon this irony and others in her life, she entertains readers with fast-paced stories of romance and mayhem. According to Stephanie: "If I can make readers laugh out loud, then I've done my job."

Stephanie lives with her husband in Atlanta, Georgia, contemplating the southern sunshine through the grime on her windows. You can contact Stephanie in care of St. Martin's Paperbacks, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10010, or via her website, www.stephaniebond.com.

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