- Publisher: Curl Up Press
- Available in: Ebook, Paperback, Audiobook in English. All other rights available.
- ISBN: 978-1-912105-63-2
“Those who the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad.”
LONDON. When a prominent psychiatrist is found murdered in the old hospital of Bedlam, Detective Sergeant Jamie Brooke finds herself investigating the history of madness to fathom the motive. Blake Daniel, a reluctant psychic, helps her to research the case, only to discover that his own family are entwined with the shadowy forces that seek to control the minds of the mad.
As the body count rises, and those she loves are threatened, Jamie discovers that the tendrils of conspiracy wind themselves into the very heart of the British government. Can she stop the killer before madness takes its ultimate revenge?
A thriller with an edge of the supernatural, Delirium is a story of love for family, revenge for injustice and the question of whether we all sit on the spectrum of madness somewhere.
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“Amazingly constructed and beautifully dark.” – Shen Hart, professional book reviewer
“Penn weaves a wickedly riveting tale that deftly deals with the spectrum of madness in the human mind, specifically how humanity reacts to its own deviations from perceived ‘normality’.” – Eric Prashan
“JF Penn descends into the darkness, leading us into the depths of human nature to expose our inherent flaws … I was so engrossed I almost missed my train stop! Highly recommended.” – Icy Sedgwick
“an amazing book, a psycho- thriller with an edge of the supernatural and one that leaves us questioning whether we aren’t all a little mad in one way or the other” – Toni Osborne
“The characters in this book come alive on the pages and the story keeps you glued to your seat till you can’t sit still anymore.” – John K.
“The pace of the story is perfect: each piece built upon the next and even though I never wanted to put it down, the plot never felt rushed. And just when I thought everything was wrapped up, a twist at the end dropped my jaw.” – Christine Myers