Author and opt-out expert Wendy Walker talks about her novel "Four Wives" (St. Martin's Griffin, March 31 2009), a story about the personal choices of four highly-educated women, and how they must confront the consequences of choices made long ago: marital abuse, adultery, career guilt, and ghosts from the past.
“Walker’s first novel is a treat. It’s well written and features great characters, lots of humor, and dead-on analysis of friendship, marriage, and motherhood.”
“Wendy Walker writes a cleverly woven, sexy debut that is a fascinating peek inside the gilded cages of suburban matrimony....A true page-turner treat.”
–Jill Kargman, author of Momzillas and co-author of The Right Address
“A fascinating read. Wendy Walker delivers a blistering dissection of modern suburban marriage. I couldn't put it down.”
–Danielle Ganek, author of Lulu Meets God and Doubts Him