Recollection follows Jeremy Peoples, a DC radio talk show host cursed with an uncontrollably precise memory. Seven years after violence erupted at his school—and now nearly lost to a past that feels more vivid than the present—Jeremy is tormented by his belief that he escaped blame for the slayings. However, during a harrowing broadcast confessional to find forgiveness on the eve of a new millennium…
…a shocking turn of events lures Jeremy home to Wisconsin and once again, back into danger.
A gritty psychological thriller, Recollection descends with Jeremy, grasping for redemption, before he succumbs to darkness, addiction, and the cat-and-mouse consequences of betrayal.
Recollection (inspired by John Irving's "A Prayer for Owen Meany") is for fans of unputdownable suspense who prefer emotional and spiritual depth in their thrillers—like Gillian Flynn's "Gone Girl," Dennis Lehane's "Mystic River" or "This is Where it Ends," by Marieke Nijkamp—and anyone who craves Historical Fiction set in the 1990s.