• Paperback: 320 pages
• Publisher: Harper Perennial (October 18, 2011)
Jean Vale Horemarsh is content, for the most part, with the small-town life she’s built: a semi-successful career as a ceramics artist, a close collection of women friends (aside from that terrible falling-out with Cheryl years ago), a comfortable marriage with a kind if unextraordinary man. But it is only in watching her mother go through the final devastating stages of cancer that Jean realizes her true calling. No one should have to suffer the indignities of aging and illness like her mother did—and she, Jean Horemarsh, will take it upon herself to give each of her friends one final, perfect moment . . . and then, one by one, kill them.
Of course, female friendships are quite complicated things, and Jean is soon to discover that her plan isn’t as simple as she initially believed it to be.
Trevor Cole has been hailed as “one of the best young novelists in the country” by Canada’s national newspaper, the Globe and Mail, for his books Norman Bray in the Performance of His Life, The Fearsome Particles, and Practical Jean. He lives near Toronto.
Trevor’s Tour Stop
Tuesday, October 18th: Unabridged Chick
Wednesday, October 19th: Life in Review
Monday, October 24th: The Lost Entwife
Tuesday, October 25th: The Lit Witch
Wednesday, October 26th: girlichef
Thursday, October 27th: That’s What She Read
Tuesday, November 1st: Wordsmithonia
Wednesday, November 2nd: In the Next Room
Monday, November 7th: Reviews by Lola
Monday, November 7th: Books Like Breathing
Friday, November 11th: StephTheBookworm