Jael Richardson's book pick: Autopsy of a Boring Wife by Marie-Renée Lavoie

Our books columnist, Jael Richardson, fills us in on a new book to check out: Autopsy of a Boring Wife by Marie-Renée Lavoie.
Autopsy of a Boring Wife is by author Marie-Renée Lavoie and translated by Arielle Aaronson. (Martine Doyon, House of Anansi Press)

Jael Richardson is q's books columnist. She drops by every other week to fill you in on a new book to check out. Today, she talks about Autopsy of a Boring Wife by Marie-Renée Lavoie. It's an unexpectedly funny story about a woman named Diane whose husband of 25 years says she's too boring to stay with, so he leaves her for a younger woman.

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