I was intrigued by the review of this book in Publisher's Weekly: The Penny Pinchers Club, by Sarah Strohmeyer.
Strohmeyer's bubbly farce finds a shopaholic New Jersey wife worried about hanging onto her husband and trying to curb her lavish lifestyle. Katarina "Kat" Griffiths, a 40-something interior designer, joins the eccentric supersavers of the Rocky River Penny Pinchers Club to get out of debt, put her daughter, Laura, through college and save her marriage to Emerly College economics professor Griff Griffiths....
[Strohmeyer] finds ample humor in her family-centric story and the list of Top 15 Dos and Don'ts from the Penny Pincher's Club is spot-on.
Who knows, with today's economic climate, maybe a lot of authors will start weaving helpful personal finance tips into their fiction!