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SHORT OF LOVE

This book is a page-turning biofiction spanning decades from Beatlemania oil to international oil industry hegemony. Tom wants Vicki, but she plays hard to get and he puts her aside for later. He is diverted by a relationship with someone else, by having children and by an ambitious career as a CEO overseas. Events don’t work out the way he plans, but after the children have left home, he tries to revive his relationship with Vicki. Will he be able to get back with her? Short of Love is a novel that satirises dealing in love as a commodity short, with insights into a relationship where a man tries to reduce his vulnerability to love that adversely affects his career. This is an action-packed story in the UK, Canada and Africa with ethical and humanitarian dilemmas.

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WHEN LOVE BECOMES A COMMODITY

If a man or a woman is having difficulty engaging with someone they love, if they expect to be more successful later, they can ‘short’ him or her now, setting the relationship aside temporarily until their position improves. In my fiction novel $hort of Love, Tom shorts Vicki, with unexpected results. Use this technique with caution. On Amazon https://martinknox.com

CITY HALL DEMOCRACY RENEWAL

When Brisbane voters elect a City Council on March 28th, Australia’s largest local government will be renewed for a 4 year term. What could go wrong?

Set in a fictional City Hall, Martin Knox has written a political crime thriller novel: ‘Presumed Dead’. There are page-turning politics in a hung council considering a megacasino. There is chilling corruption and imaginative scientific investigation. Will Dr Phillip Keane find missing independent councillor Jane Kenwood? What will happen in their relationship? Will she be able to change their political system?

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Protect democracy by electing independents

Presumed Dead is a novel about a fictional crime when an Australian city council is considering development of a casino resort. The story reveals how Westminster System politicians are inherently corrupt when their party is not seeking the public good. When a non-partisan mayor is elected, she safeguards the city’s fragile democracy.
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