The Best Way to Bury Your Husband: Four new friends. Four dead bodies. One big problem . . . (Hardback)
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The Best Way to Bury Your Husband: Four new friends. Four dead bodies. One big problem . . . (Hardback)

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Hardback 352 Pages
Published: 14/03/2024
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'I loved loved loved this book!' CHRISTINA RICCI
‘Poignant and funny, dark and searing’ ANDREA MARA
'A darkly comedic story . . . I loved it' JESSE SUTANTO
'Perfect for those who like feminism with their dead bodies' JULIE COHEN
'Tense, funny, moving and strangely cosy' HOLLY BOURNE

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Four new friends. Four dead bodies. One big problem . . .

Sally never meant to cave her husband's head in with a skillet. Or at least she didn't until suddenly, she did.

But Sally isn't the only woman in town being pushed to breaking point. When coincidence brings four strangers together, a surprising solidarity is formed.

So can they find the best way to bury their husbands - and get away with it?

Darkly funny and with a big beating heart, The Best Way to Bury Your Husband is an irresistible page-turner about the power of female friendship.

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780241605448
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 460 g
Dimensions: 220 x 136 x 38 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

Tense, funny, moving and strangely cosy - Holly Bourne

Darkly comedic... Heartbreaking and hilarious - Jesse Sutanto

Perfect for those who like feminism with their dead bodies - Julie Cohen

Casale’s book goes beyond the statistics to tell four very human stories - The Washington Post

A sharp, entertaining, and fast-paced story that’s as much about revenge as it is about sisterhood and liberation - Booklist

A darkly comedic story with hijinks that will leave you torn between shock and horrified laughter. Casale has tackled a heartbreaking topic with the dexterity and nuance it deserves - Jesse Sutanto, author of Dial A for Aunties

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“Definitely one to read due to issues highlighted”

Reviewer 631762
Last updated on 24 Feb 2024
A hard hitting but heartbreaking read side to side with some comedy moments.
The story as a whole as mentioned above is traumatic and needs trigger warnings,... More

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“Really fun, with an important message”

The title of this book had me really looking forward to reading it and it definitely lived up to expectations.
It was very witty and heartwarming. Slightly predictable in places, but in a satisfying way.
It was a... More

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“Women against domestic abuse”

An uncomfortable book about domestic violence. The author has kind of tried to make it lighter by having the women band together in a far fetched scheme to hide the fact they all killed their abusive husbands. However... More

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