The Great American Stay At Home Wives Conspiracy
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The Great American Stay At Home Wives Conspiracy

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Mike O'Brien thought he had it all. A semi-retired Internet millionaire, Mike had a beautiful wife and a relaxing life - until he discovers that his wife is part of possibly the greatest, and oldest, conspiracy in history.
Published December 27th 2005 by M Press (first published June 2004)
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Paul met the author once at a coffee shop while he was working on this book and read it, then convinced me to read it. I thought it was pretty funny.... mostly.
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