“How could I have known?” Cries D. McG.

As if you didn’t already know, Gay American Jim McGreevey‘s soon-to-be ex-wife Dina McGreevey’s penned a book on her marriage to the disgraced New Jersey Governor. Appropriately entitled Silent Partner: A Memoir of My Marriage, Ms. M’s book revolves around her complete and utter ignorance of her husband’s homo ways. But, just in case people can’t figure it all out, Barnes and Noble offers an absolutely heart-wrenching description. Here’s but a taste of the histrionics:

…Dina Matos was attracted by Jim McGreevey’s principles and his unwavering devotion to his work. She didn’t know that his life, and thus their marriage, were built on a foundation of lies; that his past was littered with casual sexual encounters in seedy bookstores and public parks; or that, by his own admission, he began an adulterous affair with another man while she was in the hospital awaiting the birth of their child. “Could I have known,” she asks? “How could I have known?”

The website also includes some other books in which Ms. McGreevey’s reader may be interested. Among them: Mao: The Untold Story, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s memoir and, of course, The Confession by good old Jim McGreevey. Great niche marketing, Barnes and Noble.