The Other Woman
In his eighth novel, Eric Jerome Dickey turns his trademark insight, compassion, razor-sharp wit, and sexy storytelling to the subject of marriage what it means to be in love, to commit, and to betray. The story begins as a couple struggles with the difficult circumstances of a modern marriage. He works days, she works nights, and they each wonder what it means to be married if they never see each other. But it is not until the woman receives an unexpected call telling her that her husband is having an affair that their relationship is brought to the brink. What follows is the explosive, emotional story of their reckoning and reconciliation, as only Eric Jerome Dickey can write it. "
- CD-Audio | 7 pages
- 168.1 x 169.7 x 40.1mm | 385.56g
- 25 May 2003
- Hampton, N.H
"Bill Andrew Quinn's performance complements the crisp dialog and lively pace of Dickey's latest L.A. story."