What if you had a perfect memory?

But every terrible thing you’ve done was forever seared in your mind?

Recollection follows Jeremy Peoples—a school shooting survivor and radio DJ with unremittingly precise recall—at the start of a harrowing New Year’s Eve broadcast. But just as he grasps for redemption, a voice on the phone lures Jeremy back into danger, where he’s forced to face the memories of lost love, addiction, and the consequences of his betrayal.

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.

Warning: This story contains content that may be troubling to some readers, including—but not limited to—depictions of attempted suicide, drug and alcohol abuse, vulgar and insensitive language, bullying, a mass casualty event, PTSD, sexual content and vivid nightmare imagery. Please be mindful of these and other possible triggers contained within this work of fiction, and seek assistance if needed from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).