Natalie Carmichael can't believe how lucky she is to have landed such a perfect husband. Raymond is romantic, gentle and strong, though absent more than she'd like So naturally when she gets a call from the hospital saying he's been in an accident she rushes to be by his side. But when she arrives, it is to discover she has been beaten to it by not one but two other wives. Raymond dies, apparently of the shock of being rumbled as a bigamist, but an autopsy reveals it is murder. And so begins an hilarious murder hunt - the police have reason to suspect all three women, and indeed they all certainly have means and motive. But they in turn believe there's someone else in the picture and so they set off on a crazy roadtrip to find her. It soon becomes evident that these three astonishingly different women have more in common than a husband. This is a fast-paced comedy about friendship, romance and love. St Martin's Press hold the US rights and don't plan to publish until the later half of 2000.
Stephanie Bond was seven years deep into a computer programming career and pursuing her MBA when she was encouraged to write. Two years later, she sold her first book, a romantic comedy and two years later left the corporate world to become a full-time writer and has seen eleven books into print. She lives with her husband in Atlanta, Georgia.