The Affair

The Affair A Free Digital Short Story From The Author Of Falling A Couple Have Been Found Dead In Their Living RoomWas It A Simple Domestic Misunderstanding Or Is There To It Than Meets The Eye

Emma Kavanagh was born and raised in South Wales After graduating with a PhD in Psychology from Cardiff University, she spent many years working as a police and military psychologist, training firearms officers, command staff and military personnel throughout the UK and Europe Now she is lucky enough to be able to write for a living She lives in South Wales with her husband, young sons, and a d

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 56 pages
  • The Affair
  • Emma Kavanagh
  • English
  • 20 August 2018

10 thoughts on “The Affair

  1. says:

    I love short stories because they give me a chance to see what the author is like.This murder mystery was free on Kobo and I really enjoyed the story.I will certainly be looking for from this author.

  2. says:

    I ve grown to like short stories and Emma Kavanagh s The Affair is no different There s murder, mystery and intrigue crammed into 28 pages.There is little build, the story hits the ground running and sprints to the finish.

  3. says:

    A surprisingly well rounded crime mystery short story that introduces the reader to the main character in her novel Falling The author jumps straight into the story of the death of a husband and wife Was it murder suicide, or something far nefarious A very enjoyable introduction to a new author for me and a highly recommended short read.

  4. says:

    I received a free download of The Affair A Short Story by Emma Kavanagh This is a digital short story from the author of Falling.Here we are introduced to Charlotte Solomon, a reporter from Emma Kavanagh s new novel, Hidden to be out in April 2015.A married couple have been found dead in their living room The wife had multiple stab wounds in the back, and the husband a single stab wound to the heart The husband was found with a knife in his hand.No break innothing takenNo WitnessesMurder Suicide Charlotte, a reporter from the Swansea Times, is among the crowd that has shown up at the crime scene to follow the latest developments The setting takes place in the town of Horddymaes The victims are Mr Morris Myricks and wife Sian Myricks.Charlotte is resourceful and checks Facebook for the couple s Profile, to get a feel for the couple and their friends, while the crowd talk and speculate about the murder Who is the Killer Read to find out.The author then supplies us with access to the first chapter of her new book, Hidden which looks like a intriguing novel.While the short story was averageI recognize that the purpose was to introduce this feisty resourceful character, Charlotte, and set us up for the main eventher upcoming novel Hidden I enjoyed this short story and am looking forward to reading her new novel out in April 2015.

  5. says:

    We are introduced to Charlotte Solomon, who is one of the main characters in Hidden Hidden is due to be published on the 23rd April 2015 and is Emma Kavanagh s follow up to her hugely successful Falling This is a preview into a character we will soon be hearing from.We meet Charlotte as she is waiting outside a house, with the rest of the press Charlotte Solomon is a journalist working for the Swansea Times The house is a crime scene and is being guarded by police officers There are bodies inside and Charlotte is looking for a scoop We hear Charlotte s thoughts and reasonings She is obviously bright and good at joining up dots Great at her job.Short and sweet The perfect introduction to Charlotte and her world Emma Kavanagh gives you just enough to make you long for .

  6. says:

    This quick, short story by Emma Kavanagh features Charlotte Solomon, the Swansea Times crime reporter we meet in Emma s brilliant new psychological thriller Hidden The Affair is supposed to be read before Hidden, as in it Charlie meets police officer Aden also featured in Hidden for the first time, but apart from this, I think there s no reason to read these books in any particular order.A couple have been found murdered in their living room Charlie goes to the scene and joins numerous neighbours who have crowded at the couple s front door Using her nosy reporter skills, Charlie observes and listens to the neighbours gossip and body language and from there starts to piece together the events leading up to the crime Ms Kavanagh has a knack for engaging the reader and thanks to her excellent writing skills I really enjoyed reading this short story.

  7. says:

    I am not familiar with this author s works however I do know that I love her style of writing I would actually give it a 3 1 2 The affair was so short and while I did enjoy it, I found it too short, I wanted The story itself was interesting, a couple is found dead and this novel introduces Charlotte, a journalist, who will be a main character in an upcoming novel by this author The majority of this story is the reaction of the neighbours, and the revelation of some secrets that may or may not have anything to do with the couple s murders As I did like this author s style, I would like to read a longer novel by her, this one was too short, I felt like I had read several chapters in the middle of a book, I wanted substance.

  8. says:

    A good introduction to Charlie the journalist from Kavanagh s other books.

  9. says:

    Gosh this was good How does Emma Kavanagh manage to pack so much into a short story Skill that s how She is a really good author IMO and this one although it centres around a double murder the style is lively and there are touches of humour to lighten the mood The crowd gawping at the house at the centre of the crime were captured really well and the characters were easy to imagine You feel sorry for Wendy, who is despised in the area for her long standing affair with Morris, who is one of the victims Another really good ending too.

  10. says:

    I loved this short story as an introduction to Charlie, a feisty and capable journalist in Swansea Really lovely writing and use of words and excellent characterisation Plot is pretty straightforward which is fair enough for a short story Fantastic to read in one bite.

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