Compromising Positions

Compromising Positions

By Susan Isaacs

Berkley Publishing Group, Paperback, 9780425216194, 339pp.

Publication Date: February 6, 2007

The brilliant debut that's sold over a million copies-now in trade paperback for the first time
Rediscover the "wonderfully funny, deliciously mean" ("New York Times") novel that launched Susan Isaacs' "New York Times" bestselling career-and introduced Long Island housewife Judith Singer, her most beloved character. Judith is smart and funny, with a gorgeous husband and wonderful kids. She's also incredibly bored, having put her Ph.D. plans on hold for a life of housekeeping and nose-wiping. So when a local dentist is found murdered, and the police suspect her neighbor, that's all the excuse Judith needs to jump in and begin her own investigation. It seems the deceased periodontist was quite the Don Juan of the PTA, with a habit of taking incriminating photos. In between school runs and making dinner, Judith is drawn deeper into the case-and closer to the sexy police detective in charge.

About the Author
Susan Isaacs is the bestselling author of eleven novels, two screenplays, and one work of nonfiction. She lives on Long Island.