Getting Even by Mitzi Szereto (ed)

Getting Even

Mitzi Szereto (ed)

Delightfully deadly stories of female revenge through weapons including cream cakes, motorcycles, and, on two occasions, kindness ....


His wife told them that her husband had been an affair and that they were planning to divorce. His mistress told them the same thing, but both women had alibis for the evening he had last been seen.

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