There are more than 100,000 copies of Eric Christopherson's thrillers in circulation around the world today. His reviews and ratings on Amazon are competitive with the biggest names in suspense fiction. Three novels are currently on offer with a fourth due shortly.
Crack-Up is a psychological thriller set in Washington, DC, in which a paranoid schizophrenic charged with murder escapes a secure psychiatric facility in order to prove his own innocence. But is he really innocent? And is there really a government conspiracy behind the murder?
The Prophet Motive is a thriller set in California in which a homicide detective and a police psychologist go undercover inside a bizarre cult to investigate a murder. But it isn't long before the detective finds himself falling under the spell of the cult leader . . .
Frame-Up, co-written with Brad Schoenfeld, is a legal thriller set in New York City. A journalist frames himself for a murder he had nothing to do with in order to expose the flaws of the capital punishment system. But the true murderer arranges for him to take the fall for real ...
Due in early 2013: Fortress of Ephemera, a gothic historical thriller set in New York City in 1919.
Eric is a former police officer and federal government consultant. He is a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Texas at Tyler, where he majored in Psychology, and he has a graduate degree in Public Policy Studies from Duke University. He was born in California, grew up in New England, and has since lived throughout the United States and a bit in Asia. He now lives in semi-rural Ohio with his wife, Seiko, and a toddler son, Keith.