She's with a trespasser.
Adam knows what to do: he'll invent 'the perfect accident' to eliminate the intruder in his perfect life. What could possibly go wrong?
Warning: this story contains adult themes.
Readers say of this movie length read:
★★★★★...flinty story of envy, hubris and revenge among the rich and privileged...sharply drawn characters...crowded with delights for the reader - PV
★★★★★...between eroticism and religion; beauty and horror; the reader is in for a bumpy ride - Mark Droic.
★★★★★A shocking twist in the tail caps this tightly written, dark and witty allegory about the folly and danger of paranoid and obsessive voyeurism - Rob F
★★★★★Furness gives his story a techno-thriller edge with the use of drones and digital spyware. Wickedly funny in parts - Terry
Adam lives in a waterfront mansion with views to die for, but a neighbor's tree is interrupting his vista. He has a plan to fix that. He bought his wife, Georgie, helicopter flying lessons for Christmas, but now he fears she's flying beyond his reach. It's time for action...
★★★★★Furness...searingly dissects the morally bankrupt denizens of a posh Sydney waterfront community - Cape Cod Maggie
★★★★★Great plot, nice build up of tension without giving away the great ending. The main character, warped as he is, is entirely believable. There are some very witty observations and comments embedded in the story which made it even more enjoyable - Mark
★★★★★What a tangled web we weave...Mr Furness has done it again in this dark tale of infidelity, revenge and twisted violence with a totally unexpected finale. Very satisfying!! - Kingsley
★★★★★As deliciously loathsome as Adam Riley is, I did feel a momentary twinge of compassion at the surprise ending to this superbly crafted tale - A. Deans
★★★★★This story is all about obstructed views. As the reader your view is obstructed and unclear until the very end. A vendetta that seems so perfect is also obscured with disastrous results - Graham