Duplicity - A True Story of Crime & Deceit

Rated 5.00/5 based on 7 reviews
How would you feel if you woke up one morning to learn that your wife, the woman you were in love with and had hoped to spend the rest of your life with, had completely duped you from the beginning, and was not only in love with another man, but this man was her PIMP, and she was his MADAM and PROSTITUTE?
"DUPLICITY" is the TRUE story of just this scenario. More

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Review by: sarah white on June 26, 2012 :
Story of love and deceit.
“Duplicity-A True Story of Crime & Deceit” is sad and painful story and deals with some serious betraya. It's very engaging and well written. The story is about author’s personal journey-who finds himself inside the nightmare of an international prostitution ring.
I like this story with all its conflicts and embarrassing moments which capture my imagination and leave me breathlessly waiting for resolution. Overall, love the set up and the characters are wonderfully written. Truly an excellent read.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Review by: Samantha Davie on June 24, 2012 :
This was an amazing Story, and I can't believe that it not only happened in real life, but this guy took the time to write about it, and so detailed! What an amazing life this guy has had to endure, and I really feel for him. It's great he DID survive and get to tell his story, I imagine this is part of the process for his recovery. The wife could have been a drug abuser and anything could have happened to him along the way!

I def recommend this book, it is so unique and hard to anticipate the next page, it is an amazing read!
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Review by: Jeff Taylor on June 22, 2012 :
All I can say is “wow.” This is an amazing true story about complete and utter betrayal and picking yourself up afterwards. The story focuses on Paul and his marriage to Audrey Munson, a seemingly nice woman with three children. But once married it becomes apparent that she is living a double-life as a prostitute/scam artist. The fact that this really happened to someone is just shocking to me. Everything about Audrey is completely corrupt.

After splitting up with Audrey, Paul goes on an epic quest discovering more and more of her secrets and becoming a stronger person for it. You can’t help but put yourself in Paul’s shoes and wonder what you would do in a similar situation.

The book is a real page turn that will suck you in immediately, a great read, and worth reading just to educate yourself on some of the people out there. Five Stars!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: Indie Author Services on June 14, 2012 :
I love true stories and this one certainly delivered it had the hair on the back of my standing in end!

Both suspenseful, and heartbreaking Duplicity is not only a great story it is lesson in moving forward.

5 Stars!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Danielle Christine on June 14, 2012 :
Duplicity – A True Story of Crime and Deceit is an interesting true story that engaged me from the beginning. I still have hard time understanding that this really happened to someone – being married and sharing your life with someone who literally lived the most horrible double life you can imagine. The book is well written and describes Paul's story in-depth. I would recommend this book for anyone enjoying true or suspenseful stories.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: Steve O'Driscoll on June 14, 2012 :
I bought this book mainly because it was a true story. Duplicity tells the story of Paul who, deceived by his wife (now ex wife), picks up the pieces of his life and moves on. The story is very interesting and entertaining, even sad. Fooled by the woman who you love and moving on from that cannot be easy. Paul tells his story in great detail pulling the reader into it from the beginning. Highly recommended.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: Michael Rose on June 14, 2012 :
A truly gripping and true story that has you on the edge of your seat. A story of how it is so easy to be taken in and what you believe to be true turns out to be fiction. It is a very sobering story in many way's that makes you feel the pain and stress that Paul must have gone through. A book that is a true lesson in life and one that I can heartily recommend.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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