The Good Widow

511YyjVy1pL._SY346_.jpgThe Good Widow by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke is a quick read – perfect for summer, particularly if you like a page-turning suspense. Jacks is caught off guard when police turn up at her house to tell her that her husband has died driving off the road in Maui. While hard to believe, Jacks and her husband’s mistress’ fiance head to Hawaii to put the pieces together to solve the mystery of their shattered lives. I am not going to say this is a stupendous read, but it’s fast and a decent story (though a little predictable). I was left only with the question about how these two authors worked together to write the story (did they alternate points of view, chapters?).

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