After All These Years by Susan Isaacs audiobook

After All These Years

By Susan Isaacs
Read by Christine Baranski

HarperAudio
2.85 Hours 1
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    ISBN: 9780060893354

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER “We’re back on affluent suburban Long Island—Isaacs country—and she doesn’t miss a beat or a bet when describing its inhabitants.” —New York Times Book Review Written with her trademark style, effervescent charm, and snappy wit, New York Times bestselling author Susan Isaacs delivers a delicious and insightful look at love and marriage—and homicide. The day after her lavish wedding anniversary bash, Rosie Meyers gets a big surprise: Her nouveau riche husband, Richie, is leaving her for a sultry, sophisticated, size-six MBA. So, when he's found murdered in their exquisitely appointed kitchen, no one is surprised to find Rosie's prints all over the weapon. The suburban English teacher is the prime suspect—the police's only suspect. And she knows she'll spend the rest of her life in the prison library unless she can unmask the real killer. Going into Manhattan on the lam, Rosie learns more about Richie than she ever wanted to know. And more about herself than she ever dreamed possible. After All These Years is an irresistible mystery, replete with Isaac’s razor-sharp wit, splendidly drawn characters, and a brave, irreverent heroine readers will love.

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A New York Times bestseller

A USA Today bestseller

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

“We’re back on affluent suburban Long Island—Isaacs country—and she doesn’t miss a beat or a bet when describing its inhabitants.” —New York Times Book Review

Written with her trademark style, effervescent charm, and snappy wit, New York Times bestselling author Susan Isaacs delivers a delicious and insightful look at love and marriage—and homicide.

The day after her lavish wedding anniversary bash, Rosie Meyers gets a big surprise: Her nouveau riche husband, Richie, is leaving her for a sultry, sophisticated, size-six MBA. So, when he's found murdered in their exquisitely appointed kitchen, no one is surprised to find Rosie's prints all over the weapon.

The suburban English teacher is the prime suspect—the police's only suspect. And she knows she'll spend the rest of her life in the prison library unless she can unmask the real killer. Going into Manhattan on the lam, Rosie learns more about Richie than she ever wanted to know. And more about herself than she ever dreamed possible.

After All These Years is an irresistible mystery, replete with Isaac’s razor-sharp wit, splendidly drawn characters, and a brave, irreverent heroine readers will love.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Susan Isaacs has always done awfully well in her entertaining fiction, and she’s done it again in After All These Years.New York Times Book Review
“Loaded with wit, crammed with memorable characters, endlessly entertaining, and beautifully written.”  Los Angeles Times
“This is a mean, funny book...What makes Isaacs both interesting and fun is her addition of sardonic humor and dead-on social commentary...This book takes gleeful aim at excess wherever it finds it.” Houston Chronicle
“After all these years, [Isaacs] hasn’t lost her edge...[After All These Years] bursts with energy, razor-sharp dialogue, and memorable characters.” Detroit News
“Isaacs…scores again with this relentlessly funny portrait of the rich, old-line and nouveau. The plot rewardingly twists, the characters charm, and Rose carries the day. This entertaining and imaginative mystery makes a delightful summer cooler.” People
“Provides tears-down-your-face laughs, including barbed send-ups of the even-richer neighbors...If Steve Martin were a novel-writing Jewish housewife of consummate skill, believe me, he’d be Susan Issacs.” Cosmopolitan
“[Isaacs] has a field day lampooning upper-class mores…but also weaves into this thoroughly diverting caper unexpected moments of genuine tenderness and sly social commentary.” Publishers Weekly
“A cleverly written, witty, sophisticated and down-to-earth novel...filled with believable characters...and mystery, plus friendship, trust, and honest relationships.”  School Library Journal

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Author Bio: Susan Isaacs

Author Bio: Susan Isaacs

Susan Isaacs is the author of more than a dozen novels, including five that have made the New York Times bestsellers list. She is a recipient of the Writers for Writers Award and the John Steinbeck Award, and she serves as chairman of the board of Poets & Writers and is a past president of Mystery Writers of America. Her fiction has been translated into thirty languages.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Runtime: 2.85
Audience: Adult
Language: English