Brighton Publishing releases "Fregoli Delusion" from author Brian Rogers
"New Psychological Thriller, Hailed "a Ruthless Descent into the Depths of Human Evil," Explores Disturbing, Deadly Wake of Child Abuse."
By: Brighton Pualishing LLC
It is now available in eBook formats from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading eBook retailers nationwide. The print format is scheduled for an early-summer 2020 release, and will be distributed by Ingram, the world's largest wholesale book distributor, in addition to being available worldwide through the Espresso Book Machine Network.
Synopsis: Tom Wallace is born from communal coupling in a remote mountain location during the Great Depression of the 1930s. He endures physical and sexual abuse at the hands of a sadistic cult and bonds with Calvin, Luke and Ben, staunch allies in defense of each other's safety and sanity until they finally manage to escape and scatter. As an adult, Tom experiences time lapses, sometimes lasting for hours, with no memory of what he may have done. He searches for the friends of his youth to see if they experience similar traumas. His search takes him to a psychiatric hospital for the criminally insane, the rock- hewn coast of Maine and eventually a tranquil seaside community, where he reunites with his college sweetheart, Becky Carlton, the town's first female police officer. A grisly series of murders seem to follow Tom and, due to his lost time intervals, he's tormented not knowing if he could be the killer. The police are hot on the trail of the murderer and when Becky's little daughter disappears, events rapidly escalate.
Brian Rogers is a Vietnam veteran, former Wall Street veteran, founder of Raise Hope Foundation and current author. His first novel, Newark to Phoenix, concerns a young man's experience in a clandestine military intelligence operation during the Vietnam conflict. His entire business career was in the financial services industry before being one of three founders in 2010 of Raise Hope Foundation, a not-for-profit entity. The foundation strives to place military veterans and people with spinal cord injuries in the workplace. His current book, Fregoli Delusion, is a mystery thriller exploring the possible ramifications of extreme personality disorders in adults stemming from prolonged child abuse. Ten percent of net royalties from Fregoli Delusion paid by the publisher will be donated to Raise Hope Foundation and St. Benedict's Prep, Newark, N.J.