ABOUT THE NOVEL: I have nothing but good things to say about Love Gone Mad. Mark Rubinstein constantly left me on the edge of my seat as he dived into the mind a criminally insane man. Please excuse the all caps but YOU HAVE TO READ THIS BOOK! It is one of the best I have read in a very long time.
Conrad Wilson is the ex-husband of Nurse Megan Haggarty. Megan leaves Colorado to escape her abusive ex and starts a new life in Connecticut. Adrian Douglas is a heart surgeon at the same hospital that Megan works in Connecticut.
Days before Megan and Adrian even met, Conrad starts to stalk both of them and Conrad is an insanely brilliant and crafty stalker. He will more than complicate their lives and they find themselves fighting for their lives. He thinks that his and Megan’s six year old daughter is actually Adrian’s even though Megan and Adrian just met. He believed his ex-wife cheated with Adrian while they were married even though she couldn’t have. The fact is, things are never as black and white as they seem.
Once Conrad is put way, Megan and Adrian believe their nightmare is over. However, Conrad is not one to go away and he spends nearly two years pulling a plan together on how to kill Megan and Adrian. Conrad will be back but this time Megan and Adrian have an ally in their corner.
Love Gone Mad is a spine-tingling thriller that will leave you at the edge of your seat until the very end. Mark Rubinstein is a gifted writer and Love Gone Mad is about love and madness. Because he is a psychiatrist, Rubinstein is able to take his novel to a believable level on insane love.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Mark Rubinstein grew up in Brooklyn, New York. After earning a business degree from NYU, he served in the U.S. Army. After his discharge, he went to medical school and became a doctor and then a psychiatrist. Being a forensic psychiatrist, he was often called an expert witness for many trials. His first thriller was Mad Dog House, and before writing fiction, he co-authored several books on psychological and medical topics. He is a contributing blogger for Psychology Today and the Huffington Post. He resides in Connecticut with his wife and is currently working on his next novel.
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