A novel of obsessive love in an age of obsessive materialism, 'Seven Types of Ambiguity' is Elliot Perlman's stunning follow-up to his highly acclaimed debut novel 'Three Dollars'. Following years of unrequited love, an out-of-work schoolteacher decides to take matters into his own hands, kidnapping his beloved's young son and triggering a chain of events no one could have anticipated. Will appeal to the many readers of 'The Corrections', 'Middlesex' and 'What I Loved'.
Elliot Perlmanis the acclaimed author of a collection of short stories and two novels,Three Dollars, the film adaptation of which was released in 2005, andSeven Types of Ambiguity, which was a 'New York Times Notable Book' and a national bestseller in France, where it was described 'one of the best novels of recent years, a complete success'(Le Monde). A barrister, he lived in New York for many years and currently lives in Melbourne.