Max Bronstein figured out how to exert control beyond his own grave.
If his three wives are to share in his estate, they must live together for a year.
Frieda Sadloff, first wife, has hated Max since . . . well, she can’t recall not hating him. Ilse Schultz stole Max from Frieda, then twenty years later had her fury stoked when he was stolen by Mary Margaret Feeney. Mary loves Max beyond his death and is determined to see his last will fulfilled. She just has to convince the other two to agree to Max’s wicked scheme.
And then there are Max’s three sons, each from a different mother. . .