In his new mystery novel, "142 Wellington Place", author Tim Selvadurai takes readers into mysterious murder investigation in London when an adulterous husband is found dead.
Cres, Ontario (PRWEB) November 13, 2013
Fourteen years after the end of World War II, former RAF fighter pilot Ben Benison gets a frantic phone call from Celia, the wife of his best friend, Don. It seems Don has been unfaithful, and the proof stands in the hallway of the couple’s home: Ada Hamilton, a young, fragile, pregnant girl who clutches love letters written in Don’s hand.
Unfortunately, Don is in London, and Celia wants Ben to find out if her husband truly is a liar and a cheat. Ben’s journey to find Don turns into an investigation into Don’s mysterious death which reveals many surprising twists. The suspense builds toward an unexpected, exciting and pathos-filled climax.
An excerpt from “142 Wellington Place”:
“It is strange how the mind can experience anew sensations which had seemed dead and forgotten. It was true that I had loved Celia not so very long ago, but since her marriage to Don, my mind had adjusted to the circumstance and time had reduced the flame until there seemed hardly an ember left. But seeing her now alone and unhappy awakened a strong response within me, and once again something like the old yearning seemed to have laid hold of my heart.”
“142 Wellington Place”
By Tim Selvadurai
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 156 pages | ISBN 9781491700778
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 156 pages | ISBN 9781475995718
E-Book | ISBN 9781475995725
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Tim Selvadurai was born in Ceylon, which is now called Sri Lanka. He was educated in his homeland, as well as in England. Selvadurai worked for 25 years in the United Nations with UNESCO, UNDP and the United Nations Environment Program at its headquarters in Nairobi. He and his family then immigrated to Canada, where he now resides. “142 Wellington Place” is Selvadurai’s first novel.
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