The Other Woman

The Other Woman

Book - 1993
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Baker & Taylor
Reporter Melissa Whitworth places an ad in the paper for interview subjects, while planning a story on the "other woman," and is shocked to discover her husband's mistress among the respondents

Blackwell North Amer
"Are you the other woman?"
When reporter Melissa Whitworth places this ad for interview subjects, she expects some interesting responses - but nothing prepares her for the shock she receives when she realizes that she's interviewing her own husband's mistress.
It's only the beginning of a disturbing, deadly chain of events. Soon the mistress is murdered, and Melissa is a prime suspect, with a shady alibi provided by a drunken one-night stand of her own. Investigating the case, Inspectors Lloyd and Judy Hill are once again working together and sorting through a complex case that only begins with murder: rape, blackmail, fraud, and police brutality are all somehow at work. Jill McGown has written her most accomplished mystery yet with this ingeniously plotted, meticulously detailed novel of crime and punishment.

Baker
& Taylor

Reporter Melissa Whitworth places an ad in the paper for interview subjects, while planning a story on the "other woman," and is shocked to discover her husband's mistress among the respondents. By the author of The Murders of Mrs Austin and Mrs Beale.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1993
ISBN: 9780312088682
031208868X
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY McGOW
Characteristics: 236 pages ; 22 cm
Notes: "A Thomas Dunne book."

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