The heat of betrayal

Douglas Kennedy

« Paul and Robin have been married three years when we first come across them. They met under unpromising circumstances - artist Paul's abysmal financial affairs forced him to avail of Robin's professional accountancy services.
When he suggests an impromptu trip Morocco, she at first demurs, but quickly agrees. Her latent longing to break out of her self-imposed practical, serious life does not seem to have been satiated by marriage to Paul.
For both husband and wife, the holiday seems to promise a further opportunity to escape the humdrum, realities of everyday life and their own short comings.
But when Paul suddenly disappears, and Robin finds herself the prime suspect in the police inquiry, everything changes. »

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