A brilliant read - Very hard to put down!
When establishing the identity of the victim of a near fatal automobile accident proves puzzling, determining the motives behind his strange activities is even harder. As they delve deeper, the complexity of his life starts to unravel, and with it, the realisation that 'truth' itself can be a nebulous concept.
Enquiries uncover beautiful women and immense wealth, though progress would be swifter if they knew just who's life they are looking into. Is the real Alan Harper the carefree, sports car driving sensualist, or the staid, conservative workaholic? Are they one and the same, or are they different? And what drives a man to the brink of insanity as he seemingly deludes both himself and all those around him.
The only thing for certain, is nothing is certain.
Spanning four decades, Double Deception depicts how ambition, tragedy, repression, guilt and lust quite literally meld two lives into one, creating a complex web of lies and deceit, corrupting an innocence once so dearly cherished.
About the Author
Stephen May was born in Lincolnshire, England in 1947 After a secondary school education and a brief working career he soon discovered his chosen vocation in trade and commerce. This enabled him to spend some years travelling throughout the Middle and Far East before he finally left the UK to reside overseas in 1980. After a successful business career encompassing the United Kingdom, Southern Africa and Australia; he retired several years ago to Perth in Western Australia. He is married with two children and has taken to writing as a pastime.
Number Of Pages: 516
Published: 1st October 2008
Publisher: Sid Harta Publishers
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0