Black Dog ...a Marriage in Ashes

Black Dog ...a Marriage in Ashes

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Published by CUSTOM BOOK PUBLICATIONS Susan and Tom had it all... Tom handsome, solid and successful; Susan was beautiful, artistic, reckless and lovable but they shared a secret - Susan was bipolar. Her domineering mother sent her into deep depression. Moving to Hong Kong, they seemed to have left the black dog behind. Both were happy and successful until the irresistible and ruthless Oi Mei joined Tom's firm. He was bewitched. She showed him a new world of sensuality; so different he thought his love for Susan would remain untouched. But Oi Mei had other ideas. Susan's black dog jumped back onto her shoulders. Fatally. Stricken with guilt and grief Tom returned to their native Tasmania, desperate for forgiveness. But how can the dead forgive? Had Susan found a way? Dedicated to the Black Dog Institute Because everyone deserves peace of more

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  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 7.37mm | 195.04g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514248611
  • 9781514248614

About Professor John Biggs

About the Author John Biggs was born and educated in Hobart, Tasmania, and is a graduate of the universities of Tasmania and London. He has held academic posts in several countries, ending up in the University of Hong Kong. He retired early and like the falling autumn leaf in the Chinese proverb, he fell to his roots in Tasmania in order to write fiction. He has published five novels, and an anthology of short stories. Much of his fiction he calls Sino-Australian fusion, which reflects his domestic life, his wife Catherine being Hong Kong born Chinese. Also by this author Fiction The Girl in the Golden House Project Integrens Disguises Tin Dragons From Ashes to Ashes Towards Forgiveness Nonfiction Tasmania Over Five Generations Changing Universities: A memoir Acknowledgement I am indebted to many people in Tasmania and Hong Kong who have in various ways, often unknowingly, inspired my writing, and most of all to my wife, Catherine more