From the author of "I Only Got One Hot Wife" comes a profoundly complex and deeply harrowing short story about one man's fears, regrets, and tragic impulses. Stuart Newman finds himself not feeling very well on his way to work and soon comes to a realization that his illness may be as serious as the phobia of smell that torments him.
An original and outlandish story of grief, lust, and memory loss. An Ethics professor can't get over the tragic loss of his young wife and he wonders if it's making him behave in a monstrous fashion. Harper Nevermind's "I Only Got One Hot Wife" is wickedly funny and sickly disturbing and filled with page-turning twists.