Mere months into recovery, Max, an alcoholic with twisted control issues, meets Sarah - the same woman that for years he's habitually dreamt will die after a botched abduction. Doing the next right thing, a popular AA phrase he's picked up in the rooms, means befriending Sarah long eugh to warn her and hope she takes him seriously. But when Sarah falls in love with Max, his newly sober thinking drives him to choose his overly devoted wife, and he abandons Sarah - even when it condemns her to death. When Sarah goes missing, the NYPD suspects Max's dream may have been a pre-crime confession. The truth, all of it, lurks inside of Max, but only by drinking again does he recapture the nerve and clarity vital to free his wife, sponsor, and himself from a life imprisoned by lies.
Peter Rosch is what happens when a Polish drag racing varsity bowler and a beautiful but uber paranoid French Canadian Air Force brat get together on a disco dance floor in glorious Albuquerque, NM. He's a recovering alcoholic who favors the run-on sentence - the one thing for which he offers no apologies. Fifteen years in NYC as an award winning writer, creative director, and commercial director in advertising has left him moderately famous in an industry filled with the very best kind of people, lunatics. His commercial work for Levi's, AXE, Rolling Stone Magazine, and more is polarizing, and you either hate it or love it because you've definitely seen it. When he isn't writing ads, penning entries for his blog LEVEL 9 PARANOIA, outlining ideas for new books, or performing as his alter ego, Joey Jo Jo, in NYC's most prolific douche rock band The Future, you will most likely find him playing fetch with his cat Target. Yes, his cat plays fetch.