The Late, Lamented Molly Marx
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BONUS: This edition contains a The Late, Lamented Molly Marx discussion guide and an excerpt from Sally Koslow's With Friends Like These.
The circumstances of Molly Marx’s death may be suspicious, but she hasn’t lost her sense of humor. Newly arrived in the hereafter, aka the Duration, Molly discovers that she can still keep tabs on those she left behind: Annabel, her beloved four-year-old daughter; Lucy, her combustible twin sister; Kitty, her piece-of-work mother-in-law; Brie, her beautiful and steadfast best friend; and of course her husband, Barry, a plastic surgeon with more than a professional interest in many of his female patients. As the police question Molly’s circle of intimates about the circumstances of her death, Molly relives the years and days that led up to her sudden end—and takes responsibility for her choices in life.
Exploring the bonds of motherhood, marriage, and friendship, and narrated by a memorable and endearing character, The Late, Lamented Molly Marx is a hilarious, deeply moving, and thought-provoking novel that is part mystery, part love story, and all heart.
From Publishers Weekly
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Good entertainment, questionable morality
This book is filled with complex characters, riveting story plots, twists and turns, emotional and physical passions, jumps from present to past, and even an alternate dimension of nonbeing. Overall an entertaining read, but the morality of the book is somewhat questionable. An unexpected ending that will keep you guessing!
Entertaining, good read
I read this so quickly- it was very entertaining an a good story. Loved the point of view from the dead.