We highlighted Susan Isaacs’ new novel As Husbands Go two weeks ago in our Book of the Day newsletter, and that review turned out to be one of our most popular of the month to date.
A combination of satire and suspense, As Husbands Go is about Susie B. Anthony Rabinowitz Gersten, a woman whose husband turns up murdered in the apartment of a Manhattan call girl, stabbed in the chest with a pair of scissors.
Amy Scribner starts off her BookPage review with a compelling question:
Does anyone create more likeable characters than best-selling author Susan Isaacs?
You tell us: Enter to win As Husbands Go by leaving a message in the comments section—What book character (not necessarily written by Isaacs) is the most likeable, in your opinion?
Isaacs’ book was reviewed as part of our “Selections for the sultry season” roundup. Click here to read about other great summer books, from authors like Sharyn McCrumb and Sloane Crosley.