Just Another Week in Suburbia (Pantera Press 2017)

Casper Gray goes to bed a happily married man.
He wakes up questioning whether everything is a lie.

Life in suburbia holds few surprises for Casper. He and his wife Jane are still trying for a baby after seven years. His neighbours have their quirks to be navigated. And his job as a high school teacher, while satisfying, comes with its challenges.

Every day is much like the one before – that is, until Casper makes a discovery that threatens everything he knows…

As Casper’s fears grow into obsessions, his world starts to unravel.

Just Another Week in Suburbia is a story about love, trust, and insecurity, and the question of whether you can ever really know another person.

    JAWiS is a hugely enjoyable novel which illuminates the extraordinary in the everyday, and the quirky in the quotidian.’
          – Ryan O’Neill
          The Weight of the Human Heart (Black Inc 2012)
          Their Brilliant Careers (Black Inc 2016)

    ‘A stunningly polished psychological debut ruminating on issues of doubt, dissatisfaction, and temptation in even the most seemingly secure relationships. Just Another Week in Suburbia tells the intricate story of love’s instability, the volatile nature of trust, and asks whether we can ever truly know another person. Zig masterfully delves into the fears and fixations within us all, showing how one small event can unhinge the human psyche.’
          – NetGalley Roundup

    ‘Different to any book I’ve read previously, JAWIS is a no-holds-barred account of how the small events in Casper Grey’s ordinary week rapidly escalate to the point where his life can never again be the same. The author examines the everyday minutiae to call attention to big topics such as intimacy, resilience and bravery.’
          – JM Peace
         A Time to Run (Pan Macmillan 2015)
         The Twisted Knot (Pan Macmillan 2016)