Johan Fundin’s Disorder is full-tilt suspense entertainment jam-packed with explosive thrills. Perfect for fans of John Saul, Dean Koontz and Robin Cook.
The target of both stalkers and killers, a top fashion model with a rare disease sets out to learn how her pioneering scientist father died, only to find herself in the middle of a vicious conspiracy.
“Psychological suspense and thriller readers are in for a treat.”—Midwest Book Review
Cat is a hot multimillionaire supermodel but her life is far from perfect. She suffers from a chronic brain disorder and she is being stalked by a figure in a raincoat. Who is he … or it? In connection with the bizarre death of the founder of a groundbreaking biotechnology institute, Cat is pulled into a sinister corporate plot with a global backwash.
A dazzling novel by the author of Schizoid.
What readers are saying:
“Johan Fundin has a gift for creating atmosphere.”
“An excellent read—a real page turner throughout.”
“Creepy and captivating.”
“A fascinating way of playing with genre.”
“Really exciting from beginning to end.”
“Has everything a suspense novel needs: mystery, murder, red herrings, characters, love.”
“It’s very suspenseful. There’s finesse in the train of thought, and the use of language differs from that of other thrillers.”
“Exciting, entertaining, vividly described, electrifying.”
“Reminiscent of Dean Koontz.”
“Enjoyed it immensely. Thrillers are at their best, for me, when there is something cosy and human and likeable at their heart. It makes you care much more about the characters.”
“What a thrilling story! Impressive!”
“Keeps you guessing all the way.”
“Fascinating … Thriller lovers will be intrigued by the concept … Disorder starts with a bang and culminates in a mind-bending finale.” – San Francisco Book Review
“Outstanding in its many connections and genre-busting approach … Packed with twists and turns … Medical thriller tension ala Robin Cook.” – Midwest Book Review
“A fast-paced, suspenseful read that brings up questions of reality and perception. The author’s idea to explore this through a medical lens is an interesting twist.” – The US Review of Books
“Creative and enjoyable … Very interesting and clever … The ending is very satisfying.” – Manhattan Book Review