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Sam Anthony
Sam Anthony
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Books: 2
  • Profession: Author
  • Member Since: May 2019
  • Profile Views: 1,527
  • Followers: 28
  • Writing:

    Crime Fiction Thrillers Suspense
BIOGRAPHY

Born and raised in London, England, Sam Anthony is the author of psychological thrillers such as The Adulterer Series:
The Adulterer's Handbook (out now)
The Adulterer's Confession (coming Autumn 2019)
The Adulterer's Contrition (coming Spring 2020)
Sam loves reading, peanut butter and jazz (preferably at the same time).
He wishes his beloved wife to know that The Adulterer books are works of FICTION!

  • Sam Anthony

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The Adulterer's Handbook: A Novel (The Adulterer Series Book 1)

Publish Date: Apr 29, 2019

Genre: Crime Fiction, Thrillers, Suspense

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Sam Anthony's Books

The Adulterer's Handbook: A Novel (The Adulterer Series Book 1)

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Publication Date: Apr 29, 2019

Crime Fiction, Thrillers, Suspense

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The Adulterer's Confession: A Novel (The Adulterer Series Book 2)

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Publication Date: Oct 08, 2019

Crime Fiction, Thrillers, Suspense

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    • allauthor 3 monthsAllauthor
    • If you could have been the original author of any book, what would it have been and why?
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      • samanthony 3 months AuthorAuthor
      • Find a quiet time in the day, if possible. Write a thousand words. Stop. Repeat the next day.
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    • allauthor 3 monthsAllauthor
    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • samanthony 3 months AuthorAuthor
      • What a good question. As my series is about adultery, I would have to say no (in case my wife reads this!) The first book is almost entirely fictional (honestly!), but the sequel The Adulterer's Confession contains several events that happened to me when I was younger, mainly to do with The Bystander Effect (the way people react when multiple witnesses observe a traumatic event).
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