Review: Goodnight Nobody
Goodnight Nobody by Jennifer Weiner
I have been a fan of Weiner's since her first novel debuted, Good in Bed. This time, Weiner takes on the mystery genre while still staying true to her "chick lit" roots.
Kate Klein is a mother of three, stay at home mom in the 'burbs, where all the other mothers are perfect, with perfect children. Her world is turned upside down when one of the other mothers is murdered in her kitchen. What follows is Kate's race to solve the mystery, and to try and repair the cracks that begin to appear in her marriage.
Weiner's prose is snappy and funny, and the plot cruises along with lots of twists and turns along the way. I love all of Weiner's works - if you haven't read her, do so!
Scribbled by Marissa