?Excuse me. Do you mind if I squeeze past??
And so it begins.
Two?strangers?meet on a plane.
One has a terrible?confession?to make. But is it safe to tell a stranger?
The other is?haunted?by past mistakes and looking for a fresh start.
Over the course of their ten-hour flight they come to know each other?s?deepest, darkest secrets.
Is confession good for the soul or is it better to keep your crimes bottled up?inside?
Discover what becomes of Lee, Tamsin and Jake.
Rated FIVE STARS by real readers:
Praise for The Adulterer?s Handbook: A Novel
?Wow. This book is fantastic!?I had absolutely no idea when I started reading that I’d be taken on this journey.?The writing is great.?
?I really enjoyed this book. I’m not sure how to categorize it –?a thriller or just good fiction??Regardless,?I highly recommend it!?I didn’t want to put it down!?
?The tale weaves its way down a winding path so beautifully?that, before you know it, you’re at this bizarre place in the story where every character is not who you thought they were!?
?I was drawn to this novel because I was interested to see how the author handled the subject of infidelity, purely from a male perspective. He?s done an?excellent?job.?
?The humour and author?s style are reminiscent of?David Nicholls.?
?There is much to admire in this?entertaining?read. The dialogue is natural, the editing is well done and the narrative flows. All in all, a good debut novel and I feel sure we?ll see more from this promising new writer. I recommend you give it a try.?
?The book just becomes?fun. It’s like a puzzle that you’re trying to figure out.?
?The internal dialogue is so?hilarious?that I literally LOL’d a few times.?