"When the Siren Calls" by Tom Barry: Sophisticated debut novel succeeds where Fifty Shades fails
Deception and betrayal in the boardroom and the bedroom exposes life of corruption and infidelity amongst an amoral British jet-set.
When the Siren Calls is Tom Barry’s debut novel. The first in a trilogy, it is a tumultuous story of sexual awakening under the Tuscan sun, rich in intrigue and duplicity. It spins a compelling narrative of erotic desire and ruthless ambition, exposing the amoral world of the powerful and privileged. Barry’s book reveals how ethics and character in business are fused with values and behaviour in personal relationships. An intelligent read with more substance, and twice the eroticism, of Fifty Shades, When The Siren Calls is a delicious expose of how the other half live: selfishly, sinfully and shamelessly.
About the author: Tom Barry's career in management consultancy has taken him into the boardrooms of the world’s largest corporations. It gives him a keen insight into a testosterone-
When The Siren Calls by Tom Barry (published by Matador, Nov 2012, ISBN 9781780883106, RRP £7.99/$13.99, is available online and from all good book retailers.
Media note: Tom Barry is open to editorial commissions on myriad topics from breadwinner identity crisis management in mid-life, to life in the corporate fast lane and writing a romantic thriller based on personal experiences. Barry is also available for interview and copies of the book are available for competition prizes including global distribution for the winner(s). Contact : Helen Lewis, firstname.lastname@example.org +44(0)