Paul Burke's advertising work has won him almost every award in industry including campaigns for Barclaycard, VW, PG Tips, British Gas and Budweiser. At the same time he pursued a parallel career as a DJ on radio, in clubs and has worked for LBC, GLR and Heart 106.2. He has also written for The Guardian, Tatler and The Sunday Times. He is the author of two previous novels, Father Frank and Untorn Tickets, available in Flame paperback.
'This follow-up to Father Frank is as witty as the original. It's like being handed an ice-cold beer after a long walk in the desert. I read it in a single sitting ... impressive in-depth knowledge on a huge range of subjects which includes a knowledge of records that Nick Hornby would be envious of ... a wonderful mix of colourful characters, spur-of-the-moment jobs and a blossoming love story' Ireland on Sunday on TMWFILWHW 20050123 'A well observed and funny look at modern life ... has been likened to both Nick Hornby and Tony Parsons. I can quite understand why' Nottingham Evening Post 20050122 'Funny and fast-paced stuff following up Burke's best-selling debut Father Frank' Dorset Echo 20050122 A fast and entertaining read ... It all has a Richard Curtis-esque veneer ... it works because its real' -- Sunday Express Laughs a-plenty as former Father Frank Dempsey copes with being a dad -- Daily Mirror 'A very skilful practitioner of a genre hitherto dominated by Nick Hornby and Tony Parsons ... this novel should secure his position in that particular literary gang' -- Time Out on The Man Who Fell in Love with His Wife 'Like a gift from heaven' -- OK! on The Man Who Fell in Love with His Wife 'A perfect gem of warmth and humour with a charming twist, it is highly addictive and worthy of mass recommendation.' -- The Bookseller