"A radically feel-good story about the murder of no-good husbands by a cast of unsinkable women." - THE NEW YORK TIMES
Five years ago, Geeta lost her no-good husband. As in: She actually lost him-he walked out on her and she has no idea where he is. But in her remote village in India, rumor has it that Geeta killed him. And it's a rumor that just won't die.
As it happens, being known as a "self-made" widow comes with some perks. No one messes with Geeta, harasses her, or tries to control (ahem, marry) her. It's even been good for business: No one dares to not buy her jewelry.
Freedom must look good on Geeta, because now other women are asking for her "expertise," making her an unwitting consultant for husband disposal.