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The World's Worst Wife

by Polly Williams

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Don't try this at home . . .Sadie Drew thinks she may actually be the world's worst wife. She only needs to walk into a room to make it untidy. There are always leeks liquefying in her fridge. And her three-year-old son is now the love of her life. Husband doesn't seem to mind so much, until he gets a big high-pressure job and things change. She suspects he's cheating. The marriage starts to fall apart and, as mother-in-law smugly points out, Sadie faces a stark choice: risk losing everything or up her game. Can she transform herself into the perfect wife? And ultimately is this a game worth winning?'True, insightful and wincingly funny' Sophie Kinsella, author of The Undomestic Goddess… (more)

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Don't try this at home . . .Sadie Drew thinks she may actually be the world's worst wife. She only needs to walk into a room to make it untidy. There are always leeks liquefying in her fridge. And her three-year-old son is now the love of her life. Husband doesn't seem to mind so much, until he gets a big high-pressure job and things change. She suspects he's cheating. The marriage starts to fall apart and, as mother-in-law smugly points out, Sadie faces a stark choice: risk losing everything or up her game. Can she transform herself into the perfect wife? And ultimately is this a game worth winning?'True, insightful and wincingly funny' Sophie Kinsella, author of The Undomestic Goddess

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