About Forger: A Psychological Thrillee:
Lester Gordon was laughed out of art school for wanting to paint like the Impressionist masters, but that’s the least of his problems:
He’s only Lester Gordon part of the time.
Sometimes he’s Louis Bétancourt, a painter of unfathomable talent who can create canvases good enough to fool all the experts on earth.
At other times, he’s a Jesuit priest named Father Gordon Humphries, who travels around the country giving Bétancourt’s paintings to regional museums.
And sometimes he reverts to Baby Les, a seven-year-old victim of abuse and neglect.
Dr. Cheryl Weissberg, a rookie psychologist, diagnoses him with multiple personality disorder and strives to unify Lester’s psyche.
She succeeds, but there’s a catch: When his personality is fragmented, Lester is docile and harmless; after he’s “cured,” he becomes capable of murder.
This gripping psychological thriller will make you want to lock the door, examine yourself in the mirror, and go searching for your childhood teddy bear.
Let’s hope you find it.
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Mark Spivak is an award-winning writer specializing in wine, spirits, food, restaurants and culinary travel. He’s the author of Iconic Spirits: An Intoxicating History and Moonshine Nation: The Art of Creating Cornbread in a Bottle. His first novel, Friend of the Devil, tells the story of America’s most celebrated chef who has cut a deal with Satan for fame and fortune. He followed this with two political thrillers: The American Crusade, the story of a devastating terrorist attack and the government’s response, and Impeachment, a tale of two billionaire brothers who manipulate that system for their own ends.
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