If any of you have ever had to deal with health insurance claims, you'll love this one. It's a social satire about a widow with a rare health condition who falls apart physically ten years before Medicare and goes broke, so she decides she has to marry somebody for health insurance. Needless to say, her plan doesn't work out for her, so she ends up marrying someone totally inappropriate, and they live happily ever after as friends in separate rooms of her mold-remediated house. As with all my books, there will be chuckles aplenty as I send up the health insurance industry, the medical profession, and falling apart in middle age.