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Kate Klein is a feisty, charmingly insecure Connecticut housewife who trades in a life of late-night karaoke sing-a-longs and West Village brunches with her best friend Janie for a world of mini-vans and Mommy and Me pilates classes. Life in Upchurch, Connecticut, heats up when Kate discovers picture-perfect wife and mother Kitty Cavanaugh dead on the pickled maple hardwood floor of her recently remodeled kitchen. A former chronicler of celebrity gossip, Kate takes it upon herself to solve the mystery of Kitty's murder and the disappearance of Lexi Hagen-Holdt, another Upchurch supermom. Along the way, the mysteries and disappointments in Kate's personal life begin to unravel, including her marriage to the kind-yet-uptight Ben, and her unresolved crush on Evan McKenna, a former neighbor with whom a one-night tryst ended in disaster. Thrown in for comic relief, and perhaps to show the depth of Weiner's talents as a writer, are Kate's twin boys and adorably sophisticated 5-year old daughter Sophie ("Sophie was sitting on the toilet, applying lipstick and waiting her turn...").
Goodnight Nobody is chock full of plot twists and turns which can be overwhelming and superfluous. However, Weiner's charm and grace are usually enough to rescue readers from these moments of confusion, and reaffirm our commitment to this endearing contemporary voice. --Gisele Toueg --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I've enjoyed a few of Jennifer Weiner 's past novels however her two most recent have been sub par. It often seems when authors have a best seller, they can then coast on their... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jo Jo 615
Not as good as Weiner's book Good In Bed, but truly a fun beach-type read. Weiner as usual is able to capture a variety of women's voices in both a believable and endearing manner!Published 1 month ago by AB82
Jennifer's wit played well in this who done it! Couldn't put it down!Published 1 month ago by Terri Renee Purdy
I utterly enjoy the way Jennifer Weiner writes, in other words, her syntax. I concede this though I almost never like her protagonists, or the way her story plays out. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ada Ardor
I have read some of JW's other books and liked them. This one? It was not as "thinky" as her first novels, and b/c it is a mystery, that's okay. It's clever. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Stacey Ellen Kimmel-smith