Having commiserated with friends over their respective mother-in-law problems, inspiring thoughts of devilish intent, Haskell now fears that someone's innocent homicidal fantasies have given way to action and that her problems are only just beginning. From the author of The Widow's Club and The Thin Woman.
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Posted November 04, 2012 by JoAnn , St. Johns AZThis is the first one of her books I've read. I actually bought this book brand new at a library sale for $1.00.
SInce I didn't know the characters, it seemed really slow getting around to it. Even the part where they 'plot' the murders doesn't take place until half way through the book. Then after that it did pick up.
It deals with a group of Ellie's friends who are having mother-in-law problems and their plot to kill them. But first you get to meet each m-i-l and see why they need to be killed off.
I can/cannot identify with Ellie. Can because she is a mother and has m-i-l problems -- haven't we all. Cannot because when I went somewhere, I always had to take my babies. No one to babysit for me, no gardener, housekeeper etc that was constantly popping in & out of her home.
It's a very good book and I plan on purchasing more of her books in the future.
BTW, just bought "Spring Cleaning Murders" at the library for 50Â¢.
April 01, 1995
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