An Eye for an Eye deals with many aspects of human behaviour, explored through a doctor Andrew Wright, who when subjected to major stress develops an obsessive thirst for revenge. His drive for revenge is due cause at the pressure put upon him at the hands of a supposedly corrupt police officer, Brett, who is also involved yet indifferent in the suspicious death of a disadvantaged Vietnamese refugee named Hahn. This creates a destructive force damaging the doctor's moral values, his marriage and his ability to function as a husband, father and doctor. An Eye for an Eye examines the repercussion of revenge and the way it affects everyone, both passive and active participants.
Arthur's parents were born in Poland and came as refugee migrants to Australia where Arthur would develop a lifelong love of literature and was encouraged to pursue writing as a career. He would instead go on to study medicine, specialising in psychiatry. He later did go on to do a creative writing course at Deakin University and was encouraged to write a novel after a lifetime writing short stories and articles. His passions also include photography and humour derived from his life and the world around him that he finds great inspiration from to incorporate into his stories.