Stuart Campbell began writing fiction in the eighties, but focussed his efforts on academic writing during his university career. After exiting the world of academia in 2011, he restarted his affair with writing fiction.

His first novel ‘The Play’s the Thing’ is a satire set in a mountain village in Australia, which finds itself at the centre of a bitter political battle. It has been revised and republished in 2016 as ‘The Making of Martin F. Mooney’.

He switches the setting to England for his second novel ‘An Englishman’s Guide to Infidelity’, a crime thriller and black comedy about middle-class morality gone wrong, which was an Amazon Best Seller in the UK, Canada and Australia in August 2016.

His third novel ‘Cairo Mon Amour’ is a story of espionage, betrayal and love during the Yom Kippur War in 1973.

Stuart has also published an anthology of essays ‘On Becoming a Butcher in Paris’, available in paperback from CreateSpace.

He is a member of the ‘Write On!’ writers group in Sydney, which recently published the paperback anthology ‘With Gusto!’, with an introduction by Stuart’s alter ego the late Raymond Saucisson, editor of Charcuterie Monthly.

Stuart was formerly a Professor of Linguistics and a Pro Vice Chancellor at Western Sydney University. He has published numerous books, chapters and research articles in the areas of translation studies and Arabic linguistics. Stuart holds the title of Emeritus Professor.

Born in London, Stuart has lived in Sydney since the seventies.

Stuart Campbell's novel of love, betrayal and espionage

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