Domestic violence regularly receives media coverage, but abuse against men by women is rarely mentioned. This contemporary novel tells the story of Alfred, Tom and Gordon - strangers sharing a terrible secret. They are being abused by their wives. The book also examines abuse against women and the increasingly common issue of someone experiencing violence because their partner has dementia.
'I wept many times reading Men Cry Alone. It is a profoundly moving novel ... a compulsive read.'
Erin Pizzey. In 1971, Erin Pizzey opened the world's first shelter for battered women.
'A sensitive and touching portrayal of the far-reaching effects that dementia can have within a marriage.'
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About the Author
Born in the North East of England in 1958, I have for the last 30 years worked in journalism or public relations. In my spare time I have written technical, fiction and non fiction books, including my memoir Nylon Kid of the North.