"You're Perfect, Now Die" is an 80,000-word thriller of betrayal and unexpected love. Anne Tucker discovers that the husband she was told had died, now plans to kill her. Never once thinking she'd be the "other woman," everything changes when Anne receives a picture of her husband draping his arm around the soft-spoken, wannabe artist Belle, who constantly begs Anne for advice. As a potter specializing in unique porcelain, Anne creates beauty--not the horror unfolding before her.
Everything changes when Harris Mills, lawyer and bounty hunter, arrives at Anne's doorstep demanding information he claims only she will be able to provide. Despite being in the middle of a contentious divorce at the time of his fiery car crash, Anne can't believe her husband embezzled the funds Harris swears he's traced to an offshore account, or that her husband is still alive.
Against her better judgment, Anne joins Harris in Denver to attempt finding some resolution that Belle might offer. The police quickly decide that two wives and a dead (or not) husband don't add up. Anne realizes that even with Harris's help, no one is going to fix this… unless she does.