The Porn Detective
Despite Martin's constant reassurances that her findings of pornographic material are harmless, Frances slowly realises over a number of years that her husband is addicted to pornography. With the new computer age she discovers his addiction is worse, and is now coupled with alcohol dependence. She can take no more lies and deceit, and wants out of her 30-year marriage. Instead she becomes attracted to Graham, a work colleague, who seems as normal as normal can be. Martin is horrified that his wife wants to leave him, and seeks counselling help from Rhona, who encourages the couple to go away on holiday together. However, events on holiday do not go to plan, leading Frances to eventually discover the shocking reason behind Martin's addictions.
- Paperback | 208 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 12.7mm | 394.62g
- 30 Oct 2013
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Stevie Turner
Stevie is a New Apple Book Award winner for 2014 in the Suspense/Thriller category for 'A House Without Windows'. Stevie writes about the darker side of relationships that can sometimes be conveniently glossed over by the majority in an effort to present wonderfully perfect and impossibly beautiful protagonists. Her characters are not perfect; they're not usually too young, they've lived a bit, and once you get into the book you'll find that they have an interesting story to tell. Happily they sometimes also have quite a good sense of humour. Stevie lives in East Anglia, UK, and is married with two sons and four grandchildren.