We had the pleasure of talking to author Michele W. Miller about her latest book Widows-in-Law.
Widows-in-Law is a gripping tale of mothers and daughters, wives and ex-wives, broken and remade families, and unlikely partners-in-crime. Most of all, it is a moving story about the women left behind to clean up the messes men make.
Michele is an attorney who practices public interest law and lives in Manhattan. An Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards semi-finalist, Michele is mom to 15-year-old twins and married to a New York City high school chemistry/physics teacher. She has a black belt in the Jaribu System of Karate and makes a mean fried chicken, but her real claim to fame is that she was once the WBLS Woman’s New York City Roller Disco Champion (true story). She also graduated from New York University School of Law for which she took off her roller skates when she accepted her diploma. – https://www.michelewmiller.com/bio
Books recommended by Michele:
Before the Fall – Noah Hawley
Salvage the Bones – Jesmyn Ward
The Widow – Fiona Barton
11/22/63 – Stephen King
The Thirteen Steps: A Zombie Recovery – Michele W. Miller
Lee Child and Paul Doiron on strong, interesting, complex female characters
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