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Lies of Silence

Lies of Silence

For Michael Dillon the moment comes just as he is making a decision which he expects to bring him the greatest happiness he’s ever known. An ordinary man trying to get on with his life, he now finds himself suddenly on the edge, faced with a moral choice which leaves him absolutely nowhere to turn. The expectation of happiness is replaced by a nightmare maze of dead ends.

 

About the Author

Brian Moore

Brian Moore was born in August in 1921.  He moved to Canada in 1948 where he worked as a journalist before moving to the United States in 1959.  His first novel, Judith Hearne, was made into a film starring Dame Maggie Smith.  In 1975 The Great Victorian Collection won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. 

Moore was shortlisted for the Booker Prize three times for The Doctor’s WifeThe Colour of Blood and Lies of Silence

He died in 1999 aged 77.