Author: Peter Goldsworthy
ISBN/UPC (if available): 014303250X
If love is an obsessive-compulsive disorder, then I have been ill for years. But never as sick with bliss, as diseased, as now.
Is it possible to be too much in love? After ten years in London, Martin Blackman returns to Adelaide with his wife and fellow psychiatrist Lucy, blissfully happy. But then he introduces her to his old friend Felix, once a brilliant surgeon, now barred from practicing and changed beyond recognition. In the complex triangle that develops, Martin must decide just how far he is prepared to go for Felix. So begins the darkest journeys for all three of them.
Confronting, unpredictable, richly sexual, Three Dog Night is a lyrical page-turner from one of Australia’s finest storytellers.
WHAT THE CRITICS SAY ABOUT PETER GOLDSWORTHY
In some ways Goldsworthy is the Chekhov of his time and place.
-Heather Falkner, THE AUSTRALIAN
Goldsworthy, understands the fundamental thing about writing fiction: people like stories.
Philip Hodgins, THE SYDNEY REVIEW
His genius as a wrier is that he engages us in a whole range of emotions from humour and farce to profound sadness.
-Peter O’ Connor, THE AGE
He can’t help being funny, but he’s wise too.
Gerard Windsor, AUSTRALIAN BOOK REVIEW
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