If I'd Killed Him When I Met Him
An Elizabeth MacPherson NoveleBook - 1992
Anthropologist Elizabeth MacPherson is hired as an investigator by a Virginia law firm, defending two women in love-and-revenge murders. One woman is accused of poisoning an unfaithful husband, the other, a divorcee, of shooting her ex and his new wife. By the author of Playing the Piper.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 
Copyright Date: ©1992
Characteristics: p. ; cm.