Page Three by Ralph Grayden
A very London story

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Synopsis

Not every Aussie in Britain works behind a bar…

Living and working in London has become a rite of passage for Australians: pub-crawls, travel and the chance to reinvent yourself in one of the world’s great cities.

But beneath the partying lies a divided culture where reality is dictated not just by the company you keep but also the media you consume.

Paul Fletcher is a successful Sydney lawyer who dreams of being a writer. His beautiful wife Sarah is a publicist who’s gone as far as she can in Australia’s small publishing industry.

When the couple moves to London to follow their dreams their relationship becomes strained by old habits, new jealousies and the stress of starting all over again.

Paul responds by descending into an orgy of drinking and television watching which he sustains by deceiving his wife about his earnings.

But then he discovers Sarah has been perpetrating a much bigger deception on him.

Fast-paced, familiar and laugh-out-loud funny, Page Three is the tragicomedy that threatens to ruin Anglo-Australian relations forever.
 

About Ralph Grayden

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Published March 24, 2012 by Antelope Media. 364 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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