Adam Mann

Adam Mann has lived and worked in Africa and Asia for many years. He has always been fascinated by personal relationships, and in real life is now enjoying his fourth marriage, after being widowed, divorced, had one marriage annulled as this ‘wife’ had forgotten to get divorced. As a result he has extensive experience of social and sexual activities, which he brings into all his books in explicit detail - beware!

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Author Biography

Adam Mann was born in London within the sound of Bow Bells, just as the WW2 was about to explode. He was evacuated to the country as a small boy and then was brought up in Berkshire. His family moved to various places, including three years in Singapore from 1948, which had a curious effect on his later life. Adam has spent the vast majority of his working life in developing countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, and now lives and works in Vietnam. Adam has extensive experience of social and sexual activities, after four wives, which he brings into all his books sometimes in explicit detail, but usually with a Happy Ever After ending. Underlying all these stories is a quest for a loving and ongoing relationship with my partner. Adam now lives in Vietnam, and has written fourteen romance books; two novels have been based in Africa, but most based in Asia, and his most recent based in England but moving to Japan. Adam has established his own imprint, as an indie publisher, Butterfly Books. Three of his books have been published by regular indie publishers, and thirteen others are available at Amazon and Smashwords.

Books by Adam Mann

Safari Heat

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Nick, our hero, is a widower and a new arrival to Kenya, but not Africa, and who has a difficult job working on two former settler estates that the government has allocated to landless African farmers. He has been involved with horses most of his life and gravitates to the world of polo and racing in Nairobi, where his skills are much appreciated

Black High Heels: Formerly the Restaurant

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An internationally sponsored agricultural project in a remote part of Vietnam consists of an international advisor and a project team. They decide to stop at a restaurant in the district town, and then the team decides to stay at the adjoining hotel before moving to work in a village.

Heat in the Tea Gardens

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A middle aged man meets an attractive woman in the highlands of Vietnam, where they have both been working for several years. A change of circumstances brings the two together initially for commercial reasons, and then for an opportunity to get to know and understand one another better....

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Helga's Red Thigh Boots

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A Canadian journalist, aka Fred, finds a place to stay with a lady, aka Hufflepuff, and her adult son in Rotterdam and at first it is very comfortable until the lady develops mid-life shivering fits in the presence of the journalist.

West African Project

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Ivan wins a contract to work in the Hadejia River Valley, as agricultural advisor. He finds the Project Director easy to work with and his widowed daughter lovely to look at and to look after him! This book is based on a true story in West Africa, not in the steamy coastal area but in the dry semi-desert plains in the north.

Kandy Heat: never too old to be loved

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Harry meets the tenant, Makshi, an Indian lady nutritionist, but whilst they are enjoying a coffee together a man with a baseball bat attacks her car! He is confronted by Makshi and Harry, and attacks Harry in a drug induced rage, just missing his head with the baseball bat, but badly bruising his left shoulder. The baseball bat has a mind of its own and breaks the attacker’s leg.

Singapore Heat

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The novel is set in Singapore in the 1980s, when the young and dynamic country is still emerging towards social and economic independence. Six people, three men and three women, who live and work there, become involved in a series of meetings and/or their explicit sexual encounters over a four week period, between themselves, and other people from a wide ethnic range.

All the nice girls love a Sailor!

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Amelia is a competent and highly qualified professional First Officer on a small cruise ship that has been chartered for South China Sea trip, but she has essentially maintained her aloofness and independence until she meets the ship’s Captain when her resolves begin to crumble.

Red High Heels

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A research scientist books into a hotel before attending a conference on stem cell research, and whilst at the conference the hotel accidently allow a young lady with a very similar name to move into his room. They find themselves facing one another wearing only bath towels wrapped around them!

Vietnam Alive: Six short stories

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A mid-night swim is slightly terrifying; The Bike raises the concern of a young boy; Poppies is not Vietnam but a actual incidence in the North West Frontier province in Pakistan; Chopsticks in a family story, but set in London; Twenty-four hours is just a story about an old man; and, the Post Office is a story about a misdirected parcel.

Hanoi Heat: even the Ants are drinking water

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Nicky is invited to represent her company at an Embassy Reception, where she meets William who is widowed, but to her suddenly and strangely attractive. Much to her own surprise she allows herself to be undressed and seduced, and is amazed at her own sexual activity, response and even wantonness. Nicky’s first kiss is not passionate but given with warmth and promise, and this turns out to be the first of many.

West African Heat

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This novel is a series of five real life experiences in the 1970s, all based in Nigeria in West Africa. Cora was a dancer in the African ballet; Anna wanted to attend a fancy dress party as a Shawnee Indian squaw; Olivia was a visiting anaesthetist with a group of facial surgeons from London; Elizabeth was a senior officer in the HMCR; and Pujita was a housewife from Mumbai visiting her brother in Kano.

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