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Not the usual psychological thriller...
After half a lifetime trying to come to terms with underachievement, a new terror has suddenly emerged. Tom Friday is now doubting his own sanity.
Maybe due to his past cocaine habit, he is having vivid hallucinations. He increasingly flips into an alternate reality where he is Joseph Miller, a renegade MI6 assassin.
The world is falling apart around him. Crazy conspiracy theories like 9/11, the Illuminati and the One-Percenters tightening strangle-hold on society seem totally real from the perspective of his alter-ego, Joseph. But who is real; Tom or Joseph?
Joseph has a plan to defeat the One-Percenters, but due to being forcibly injected with an experimental CIA drug, he cannot remember what he was going to do.
If he is Tom, he has a serious neurological problem, but if he is Joseph, the world may be on the brink of being enslaved by evil international banks and corrupt governments.
The clock is ticking as loudly as his addled brain. He is a man in two minds; are either of them his?
What are people saying about If The Bed Falls In...
“The storytelling skills of the author are amazing…It is one of those books that left me craving for more...and the end of it brought an acute sense of bereavement. Therefore, totally recommendable!” - Yves TOP 500 Reviewer Amazon.co.uk
“If you have never read any books by Paul Casselle, then you should know he ranks up along with the greatest authors of this genre. You just can't put it down. He is the new "King" of thrillers. I loved it! Janice.” - Amazon Kindle Reader
“Amazing twisted psychological thriller. Paul Casselle put a tale of a delusional man in a wild, but understandable format. I'm very impressed with the creativity and skill it took to bring this story to life. Well done.” - Amazon Kindle Reader
"If The Bed Falls In is a chilling psychological thriller that attaches itself into your subconscious and refuses to leave. Paul Casselle is a story-teller who deftly weaves his tale into a thrill ride of a page turner. He creates multilevel characters that remain with the reader long after the book has been closed. His characters leap off the page and scream to be heard." - The Hungry Monster Book Review