Sebastian Fitzek's unputdownable psychological thrillers offer three truly gripping reads...The Eye CollectorIt's the same each time. A woman's body is found with a ticking stopwatch clutched in her dead hand. A distraught father must find his child before the boy suffocates - and the killer takes his left eye. Alexander Zorbach, cop turned journalist, has exactly forty-five hours to save a little boy's life. And the countdown has started...SplinterWracked with grief after an accident killed his wife and unborn child, all Marc Lucas wants is to wipe his memory. Until he returns home one night to find himself drawn into a nightmare world... one that could cost him his memory, his sanity and even his life.Therapy Twelve-year-old Josy one day vanishes without a trace. Anna Glass, a novelist who suffers from an unusual form of schizophrenia, may be able to uncover the truth behind Josy's disappearance. But very soon her search takes a dramatic turn as the past is dragged back into the light, with terrifying consequences.
Sebastian Fitzek was born in 1971 in Berlin. Right with his first psycho-thriller "Therapy", he found his way into the paperback-bestseller list, was nominated for the Friedrich-Glauser-Award in the category "Best Debut" and got thrilled critics and readers likewise. With the following bestsellers "Dialing Amok", "The Child", "The Soul-Breaker", "Splinter" and "The Eye Collector" he strengthened his reputation as THE German star of psycho-thrillers. His books have reached a total circulation of over two million copies and have been translated in more than twenty languages. All his works shall be adapted for cinema; next year there will be the world premiere of "The Soul-Breaker" on stage.