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An Englishman's Guide to Infidelity

An Englishman's Guide to Infidelity

by Stuart Campbell
An Englishman's Guide to Infidelity

An Englishman's Guide to Infidelity

by Stuart Campbell



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Jack Walsingham's comfortable life is under pressure. With his bookshop going broke and past indiscretions catching up, Jack begins to dabble in embezzlement. Meanwhile, his wife Thea, frustrated by a dead end in her career, is experimenting with some genteel theft of her own. But soon the couple are out of their depth, blackmailed by a figure from the past and implicated in two grisly killings. Their salvation comes in the form of Detective Sergeant Fiona Salmon, a recently widowed book-loving gym addict on the edge of an emotional melt-down. A bizarre triangle develops in which Thea, Jack, and Fiona each find their own version of redemption in the face of betrayal and infidelity. An Englishman's Guide to Infidelity is at once a psychological thriller, a crime mystery, a dark comedy, and a love story.

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BN ID: 2940153073101
Publisher: Stuart Campbell
Publication date: 06/12/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 390 KB

About the Author

Stuart Campbell began writing fiction in the eighties, but was diverted by the need to earn a living. After exiting the world of academia he restarted his affair with writing fiction in 2011.
Stuart's latest novel The True History of Jude is a genre-defying work that blends a dystopian thriller with a coming of age tale and a time-shift love story.
His Siranoush Trilogy includes the novels Cairo Mon Amour, Bury me in Valletta, and The Sunset Assassin. The three stories are stand-alone episodes in the tribulations of reluctant British spies Pierre Farag and his wife Zouzou Paris. The couple are exiled from Cairo to London in 1973, and then to Malta in 1975, ending their quest for freedom and anonymity in the northern Australian tropics in 1978.
In Stuart's An Englishman's Guide to Infidelity, a respectable Home Counties couple dabble in petty crime as they try to enliven a failing marriage. But a figure from the past tips them into a double murder plot. Could they really be killers?
Stuart was formerly a Professor of Linguistics and a Pro Vice Chancellor at Western Sydney University. He has published numerous books, chapters and research articles in the areas of translation studies and Arabic linguistics. Stuart holds the title of Emeritus Professor.
Born in London, Stuart has lived in Sydney since the seventies.

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