A good man / Ani Katz.

By: Katz, Ani
Publisher: [New York] : Penguin Books, [2020]Description: 213 p. ; 20 cmISBN: 9780143134985Report number: BR-Summer 20Subject(s): Advertising executives -- Fiction | Manhattan (New York, N.Y.) -- FictionGenre/Form: Psychological fiction. | Suspense fiction.Summary: Paul Martin was a devoted family man who had all the trappings of an enviable life: a beautiful wife and daughter, a well-appointed home on Long Island's north shore, a job at a prestigious Manhattan advertising firm. He was also a devoted son and brother, shielding the women in his orbit from the everyday horrors of the world. But what happens when Paul's fragile ego is rocked? After committing an unspeakable act, that he can never undo, Paul grapples with his sense of self. Sometimes he casts himself as a victim and, at other times, a monster. All he ever did was try to be a good man, but he may actually be a very, very bad man.
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Paul Martin was a devoted family man who had all the trappings of an enviable life: a beautiful wife and daughter, a well-appointed home on Long Island's north shore, a job at a prestigious Manhattan advertising firm. He was also a devoted son and brother, shielding the women in his orbit from the everyday horrors of the world. But what happens when Paul's fragile ego is rocked? After committing an unspeakable act, that he can never undo, Paul grapples with his sense of self. Sometimes he casts himself as a victim and, at other times, a monster. All he ever did was try to be a good man, but he may actually be a very, very bad man.

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