With stunning attention to historical detail, and characters that practically jump off the page, Christopherson delivers fast paced thrillers you won’t soon forget. Enjoy!

Fortress of Ephemera: A Gothic Thriller
Eric Christopherson
4.0 Stars (12 Reviews)
Genre: Action & Adventure | Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

The year is 1919 and the place New York City. A one-armed WWI veteran spends the night inside the mansion of a wealthy hoarder and lives to tell about it–from a room in Bellevue Hospital’s psychiatric ward.

Miles Trenowyth returns from the War to End All Wars a changed man, but soon resumes his career as a civil attorney. One of his clients, Noah Langley, is under threat of eviction from his boarded-up and booby-trapped four-story Harlem mansion stuffed to the ceilings with untold tons of bizarre “collections” that the hoarder has acquired over a lifetime. Miles finds himself trapped inside the mansion, along with Noah and Miss Cora Buxton, a comely social worker intent on ministering to the hoarder, and over the course of one night, he confronts a brand of terror worse than anything faced on the battlefields of Europe…

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Crack-Up: A Psychological Thriller
Eric Christopherson
4.5 Stars (49 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

Best Mystery Novel, Red Adept Annual Indie Awards 2010

In this psychological thriller, Argus Ward is a former U.S. Secret Service agent who runs a protection agency catering to the rich and famous. His best-kept secret–which he shares with lawyers and doctors and even psychiatrists–is his status as a high-functioning paranoid schizophrenic. One day, with little warning, he turns psychotic for the first time in twenty years. He lands in a secure psychiatric facility, charged with the murder of his most famous client, high tech industry billionaire John Helms, the wealthiest man in America.

Argus has no memory of the killing. A blood test suggests to him that some unknown enemy had switched his anti-psychotic medication with identical-looking dummy pills to purposely drive him insane.

A sign of lingering paranoia? His doctor thinks so. Even his wife.

Yet Argus escapes incarceration to prove his theory. With the law on his trail and a ticking time bomb in his head–due to a lack of medication–he discovers that his disease had been “weaponized” by a powerful group to secretly assassinate John Helms as part of a multiple assassination conspiracy of world-wide significance.

Or has Argus simply lost his mind again? What in the end is “real” and what is only imagination in his story?

And what is justice for the criminally insane?

Come lose your grip on reality. Read CRACK-UP.

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