Fatal Eclipse by Dermot Davis

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Dermot Davis has deftly crafted an intensely suspenseful novel about an ordinary man whose obsession with his wife's fidelity goes way too far. It started with feelings of jealousy and like a mental virus it spread. Soon, Jonathan's mind became attacked by thoughts and images he had no control over. Even though there was no basis in fact, Jonathan couldn't help himself from an increasing paranoia that his wife was cheating on him. When he begins to test his wife's loyalty he not only alienates her from his life but puts her in harm's way. Struggling to come to terms with a buried trauma from his past, Jonathan has to solve the mystery of his own mind or risk losing his wife to the dangerous clutches of a madman. Not only is this a novel about a troubled man whose obstinate obsessions spiral fatally out of control in spectacular, edge-of-your-seat suspense but Fatal Eclipse is also a fictional account of how deep-seated and forgotten childhood traumas can shape a life — for good, for bad, forever.

About Dermot Davis

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Dermot is an Irish writer who splits his time between Ireland and the US. His creative work encompasses varied genres and styles with a special focus on human themes and characters transformed by life experience. He is a Gold Medalist Winner in the 2015 READER'S FAVORITE INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARD, a SOMERSET AWARDS FIRST PLACE WINNER 2013, a First Place Winner in the 2013 USA BEST BOOK AWARDS and a Finalist in the 2013 INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS. As a playwright, Dermot is a recipient of the O.Z. Whitehead Award which was co-sponsored by Irish Pen and the Society of Irish Playwrights.
Published May 27, 2015 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 216 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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