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Noted Philadelphia psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Jacobs has long felt trapped in a failed marriage. He’s procrastinated for years knowing a divorce would surprise most who consider Katherine the perfect wife; she’s joyful, loving, and caters to her husband’s every need. But Daniel knows her demeanor to be a façade, overcompensating for a trauma from which she’s never recovered, and he’s grown exhausted living with the pretense. Daniel lies awake, practicing his dour lines for the morning, when the sudden shock of high beams sprays across their bedroom wall. It is the wee hours and a car has weaved down their hidden driveway where it now sits idling. But this isn’t just any old car; this old car has arrived from the distant past, its occupants none other than the Jacobs’ themselves, as newlyweds.

Rift is an unforgettable story steeped in emotion and suspense. On an intellectual level it explores the conundrum of perspective and how choices are rarely right or wrong, black or white. It’s a story that pits science against faith, youth against maturity, certainty against hope, and reality against delusion. Emotionally, we bear witness to love in all its forms: young love, mature love, love of self, love for a child, selfish love and selfless love, and we wrestle with the contradictions and consternation common to life’s most heart-wrenching and heartwarming moments. 

About the author: First-time author M. Nathan Robinson spent decades writing commercial copy for brochures, ads, and websites. His reading preferences veer toward biographies and nonfiction, but in 2015 he had, as he puts it, “the burning desire to write a book I’d have never wanted to read”. Robinson lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, Pamela, teenage daughter, one Bernese mountain dog, and two cats and is currently working on the follow-up to Rift as well as a collection of short-stories.

©2020 Michael Nathan Robinson (P)2021 Michael Nathan Robinson

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