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Great November Reads: headstrong heroes and feisty heroines

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Also by Jennifer Weiner:

Who Do You Love, August 2015
All Fall Down, June 2014
The Next Best Thing, July 2012
The Next Best Thing, July 2012
Then Came You, July 2011
Fly Away Home, July 2010
Best Friends Forever, July 2009
Certain Girls, April 2008
The Guy Not Taken, September 2006
Goodnight Nobody, September 2005
In Her Shoes, August 2005
Trade Size (reprint)
Little Earthquakes, June 2005
Trade Size (reprint)
A Very Hungry Girl, September 2003
Good In Bed, April 2002
Trade Size (reprint)

Goodnight Nobody
Jennifer Weiner

New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Weiner's newest novel tells the story of a young mother's move to a postcard-perfect Connecticut town and the secrets she uncovers there.

September 2005
Featuring: Kate Klein
384 pages
ISBN: 0743470117
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Contemporary Chick Lit

For Kate Klein, a semi-accidental mother of three, suburbia's been full of unpleasant surprises. Her once- loving husband is hardly ever home. The supermommies on the playground routinely snub her. Her days are spent carpooling and enduring endless games of Candy Land, and at night, most of her orgasms are of the do-it-yourself variety.

When a fellow mother is murdered, Kate finds that the unsolved mystery is one of the most interesting things to happen in Upchurch since her neighbors broke ground for a guesthouse and cracked their septic tank. Even though Kate's husband and the police chief warn her that crime- fighting's a job best left to professionals, she can't let it go.

So Kate launches an unofficial investigation -- from 8:45 to 11:30 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, when her kids are in nursery school -- with the help of her hilarious best friend, carpet heiress Janie Segal, and Evan McKenna, a former flame she thought she'd left behind in New York City.

As the search for the killer progresses, Kate is drawn deeper into the murdered woman's double life. She discovers the secrets and lies behind Upchurch's placid picket-fence facade -- and the choices and compromises all modern women make as they navigate between independence and obligation, small towns and big cities, being a mother and having a life of one's own.

Engrossing, suspenseful, and laugh-out-loud funny, Goodnight Nobody is another unputdownable, timely tale; an insightful mystery with a great heart and a narrator you'll never forget.

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