Infidelity is the handbook on affairs, and will be divided into three sections: How to have an affair; How to catch them out, and How to get over it. Written from a professionally neutral position, Julia deals with the practicalities of conducting an affair and detecting one and, most importantly, dealing with the consequences of an unfaithful spouse or lover in a way that empowers and assists the recovery process. A special section written by a leading family law specialist contains pertinent legal information to assist in understanding the legislative situation involved in marital break- ups and dealing with the aftermath of divorce or separation. Calling upon a vast number of case studies from her direct experience, Julias practical advice and pragmatic guidance is a calm voice of reason for those caught in the passion and the despair of the eternal triangle.
Julia Moore lives and works in Auckland. Her biography, Julia Moore, PI was published in 2000. In her own words, Julia has lived a full life - a mother at 15, she had three children by the time she was sixteen, and has been married and divorced several times, and knows the cost of infidelity on a personal level. As a result her practical approach to the issue has made her an expert in her field of private investigation.