KISSINg FREUd

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You are forewarned, sexuality and profanity are explicitly portrayed in Kissing Freud.

Brace yourself for shock. KISSING FREUD explores emotional power with buried secrets like a time bomb. Spellbinding. Scandalous. Ripe. Ruthless. Sensational. A psychotherapist is thrown into a psycho ward so mismanaged that Sigmund Freud would resurrect and crack some heads together. More

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About Ben Campbell

As a writer and photographer, I love darkly beautiful things, sharp humor and sweet chocolate, which make me huggable.

While traveling throughout Europe, I'd settled at times in Paris, Lucerne, Munich, Florence, Dubrovnik, Istanbul and Athens, all the while contemplating writing adventure novels. I've now written and published many of my exciting experiences.

My three Alexander Crown novels take you on thrilling escapades through European countries.

My nine eBook novels are available as Kindle, iPad, Nook, and Android tablet downloads. Paperback editions are also available through amazon. Take a peek at them and discover one or more that will stage you in all my exciting action adventures.

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Review by: Georgi Abbott on April 28, 2011 :
Wow. I don't even know where to start. I had a difficult time in the beginning because it seemed as if a psychotherapist was writing this and much of the terminology was over my head, and so much of it that I found myself skimming. But my confusion, and even my boredom, soon turned to fascination. I became completely absorbed with the story, stopped skimming and even learned a thing or two. I thought the writing was brilliant, the story infactuating and really got caught up with the main character, Nate. There were some extraordinary characters along the way and Nate's stay in the hospital and 'mental ward' (if that is politically correct) was both alarming and amusing - some pretty witty stuff there. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I'm hoping for more.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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