Concurrently, it gives the flavor of expatriate life in Cyprus – idyllic for some, but harmful for others.
PULHAM ST. MARY, England (PRWEB) January 20, 2014
Infidelity, escapism and crime thrust the characters of Alan White’s new book “Savannah and the Soldier” (published by Trafford Publishing) into a whirlwind of dramatic fervor.
The story evolves from a simple encounter between main characters Savannah Hunt – a married woman – and Ian Moncrieff – a married man – into a tumult of vengeful jealousy, romantic exploration and violent consequence.
As their lives converge, Ian and Savannah pay the price of their infidelities – Savannah surviving a crippling attack by her husband, and Ian admitting his love affair to his wife.
Further tangling the web, Savannah’s husband, Charles, becomes involved in a paranoid search for an Iraqi smuggler, whom Charles wronged while serving a military tour in Afghanistan. The smuggler ultimately causes damage behind the scenes when a drug deal with another character goes sour.
“The book traces the development of an increasingly strong bond between a young woman and an older man and the effect that this has on their marriages,” White says. “Concurrently, it gives the flavor of expatriate life in Cyprus – idyllic for some, but harmful for others.”
“Savannah and the Soldier”
By Alan White
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 254 pages | ISBN 9781490717005
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 254 pages | ISBN 9781490716985
E-Book | 254 pages | ISBN 9781490716992
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Alan White was born in Canada and raised in Northern Ireland. Following university he joined the Royal Air Force and flew fighter aircraft until he retired from old age. On retiring, he lived for nine years on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. He now lives in rural eastern England, writing for pleasure. He is currently writing a sequel to “Savannah and the Soldier.”
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