Julia Moore is a private investigator specialising in infidelity.
After many years working in this unique area of trauma and heartache, a great deal of her time is spent in counselling and advising her clients, helping them to deal with what her investigators find. Along the way she's seen and heard every imaginable variation of the mating game, and has a number of useful lessons to pass on about human nature, and the incredible lengths we go to deceive others, and ourselves.
'Infidelity' is the handbook on affairs, and will be divided into three sections: How to have an affair; How to catch them out: and How to get over it.
Written from a professionally neutral position, Julia deals with the practicalities of conducting an affair and detecting one - and, most importantly, dealing with the consequences of an unfaithful spouse or lover in a way that empowers and assists the recovery process. A special section written by a leading family law specialist contains pertinent legal information to assist in understanding the legislative situation involved in marital break-ups and dealing with the aftermath of divorce or separation.
Calling upon a vast number of case studies from her direct experience, Julia's practical advice and pragmatic guidance is a clam voice of reason for those caught in the passion and the despair of the eternal triangle.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 07 / 2004
- 135 x 210mm