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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, and the Williams sisters all have a man in their life they might well be better off without.
I loved the Williams sisters, and highly recommend picking this up! - Rebecca
— From Rebecca's Staff Picks
"Irresistible and compulsive, this book is packed full of surprises."
--Samantha Downing, internationally bestselling author of My Lovely Wife The Williams women don't just keep secrets... They bury them.
The three Williams girls are as close as sisters can be, and they also share one special trait in common: each of them have a man in their lives that they could do without.
Tara, the pastor's wife, has been stealing money from the church and would prefer that her husband stay out of it. Then there's June, who would do anything to have a baby of her own, even if her husband is dead set against it. Clementine, the youngest, is entangled in an affair with her professor, a man whose behavior she's starting to seriously question. Their sister-in-law Stephanie, an outsider, knows all the family dirt and is watching the three of them--and the men in their lives--closely.
When the woman who raised them, their beloved Gran, dies on the eve of her eightieth birthday, the Williams sisters return home to the Appalachian foothills to bury her. But their grandmother won't be the only one they'll put in a grave this weekend...because now someone has gone missing in the dark Appalachian woods.
And if Gran has taught them anything, it's how to get rid of a good-for-nothin' man.