I’m thrilled to announce that my new novel, Love Gone Mad, has officially launched and can be purchased online at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and bookstores in your neighborhood. It’s available in soft cover and also as an eBook.
One thing that a writer needs to do, if he’s to keep publishing his work, is to sell his books. So what follows is a great review from Library Journal. I’m hoping this will encourage you to go to your local library and suggest that they purchase a copy. Of course, you’ll also want one for yourself!
Rubinstein, Mark. Love Gone Mad.
Thunder Lake. Sept. 2013. 352p.
ISBN 9780985626860. pap. $12.99.
Divorced heart surgeon Adrian Douglas is living a comfortable but lonely life after leaving his job at Yale two years ago to work at Eastport General. Everything changes after a chance cafeteria encounter with attractive RN Megan Haggarty. Adrian is instantly smitten and begins a seemingly idyllic relationship with Megan, but he soon learns that even the most perfect woman can have some secrets. One of Megan’s biggest secrets is ex-husband Conrad Wilson, a hulk of a man who takes possessiveness to a whole new level. Anonymous threats and vandalism against the couple soon escalate to life-threatening encounters, and Conrad is the prime suspect. As Adrian and Megan’s relationship grows, the rage in Conrad intensifies, with all of his negative energy channeled toward them. VERDICT Rubinstein’s second foray into the fiction arena (after Mad Dog House) is an intense thriller that promises readers surprising twists, heart-pounding suspense, and a bird’s-eye view into both the mind of a madman and a dizzyingly realistic account of how it feels to be stalked as prey.—Mary Todd Chesnut, Northern Kentucky Univ. Lib., Highland Heights
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