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Talking Wounded

Talking Wounded

20 February 2015

Max knows he should stay away from Charlotte. But who said love was rational?

Story

Max Childs is a self-confessed failure – a divorced, former house-husband and part-time dad - whose only solace is weekly therapy sessions with the Divorced Men's Club. Then he bumps into an old flame, the lovely Charlotte Hinchcliffe. Maybe a fling with the one who got away could be just the thing to restore Max's flagging self-esteem.

But Charlotte already has a boyfriend – the macho Ryan, a sniper on leave from Afghanistan who keeps a Luger pistol in his car. Max knows he should stay clear - but since when did he do the sensible thing?

Can we learn from the mistakes of our past relationships? Or are we doomed to repeat the same self-destructive patterns? And what is really expected of 'real' men in the modern world anyway?

These are the questions tackled in Talking Wounded, a provocative, comic thriller that explores love, war and gender politics. 

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Comments (2)

  • M Shaftoe

    M Shaftoe

    26 February 2016 at 15:58 |
    Like the racy style and the character's yearning for impulses to connect with actions. Write more when all read.
  • Stephen Tynbdale-Biscoe

    Stephen Tynbdale-Biscoe

    29 May 2016 at 18:55 |
    Spare and to the point.
    The author knows what he wants to say and how to say it without taking you on a ten-mile detour before getting to the point which was within touching distance from where you began.
    Plus, the central character is instantly likable.
    He's pulled himself through from a great big mess and surely he's not heading into another.
    Is he?

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