By Jennifer Weiner
New York Times bestselling writer Jennifer Weiner’s unforgettable tale of fixing to suburbia—and all of the surprises hidden at the back of its doors.
For Kate Klein, a semi-accidental mom of 3, suburbia has been jam-packed with disagreeable surprises. Her once-loving husband is hardly domestic. The supermommies at the playground oftentimes snub her. Her days are spent carpooling and enduring never-ending video games of sweet Land, and at evening, so much of her orgasms are of the home made variety.
while a fellow mom is murdered, Kate reveals that the unsolved secret is the main fascinating factor to take place in Upchurch, Connecticut, when you consider that her pals broke floor for a guesthouse and cracked their septic tank. even if the neighborhood police leader warns her that crime-fighting's a task most sensible left to the pros, Kate launches an unofficial research -- from 8:45 to 11:30 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, while her youngsters are in nursery school.
As Kate is drawn deeper into the murdered woman's earlier, she starts to discover the secrets and techniques and lies in the back of Upchurch's picket-fence facade -- and considers the alternatives and compromises all sleek ladies make as they navigate among marriage and independence, small cities and massive towns, being a mom and having a lifetime of one's personal.