|Fractured Persona by Harry James Krebs|
Releasing in November, 2013 through Peak City Publishing
Fractured Persona, written by Raleigh, NC author, Harry James Krebs was awarded the 2012 Bronze IPPY Award. The story leads the reader through a complex path of staying true-to-self versus losing the love of his life. A page turning drama which will make you think twice about wondering what it's like to step into someone else's life.
About the Book
Structural engineer, Richard Fornek, awakens from a coma in a North Carolina hospital in full possession of a lifetime of memories-but not in possession of his body. A glimpse in a mirror and the evidence of a driver's license prove that Fornek is trapped in the body of warehouse worker Daniel Curtis. Terrified, he insists that he's Richard Fornek, but when faced with the prospect of admittance to a psychiatric hospital, he is forced to assume a new role to buy time to figure out what’s going on. Alone and confused, things go from bad to worse as he struggles to regain control of his life. A little romance, a little murder, and a whole lot of hair-raising suspense unfold as he scrambles to stay one step ahead of the mayhem.
Praise and Reviews
"Intriguing from the first page, Fractured Persona is everything you could want in a fiction work: murder, mystery, a bit of the unexplained, love, passion, and flowing dialogue."
"The true measure of the genius of the mystery was I never suspected the murderer, and the twists just kept coming." Literary R&R: Charlene Reviews: Fractured Persona by Harry James Krebs
About the Author
Harry James Krebs was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. After receiving his BA in applied physics from Aurora University in Illinois, Harry spent thirty-seven years with United States Department of Energy Contractors as a senior mechanical engineer. He designed, built, maintained, and operated large experimental detectors for high-energy physics experiments at national laboratories such as the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, the Superconducting Super Collider, and the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory at Stanford University.
Krebs always wanted to write mystery novels, but his engineering career left him little time to write until now.
The author and his wife currently live in Raleigh, North Carolina with their Chihuahua, Lucille.