-J.F. Penn, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of the ARKANE thriller series
"Eric Praschan's book comes with an amusing premise, charting the meltdown of Cindy James, a cognitive behavioral therapist, who is in critical need of...cognitive behavioral therapy. The story quickly turns serious, as Praschan explores her tortured psyche, leading us to the unimaginable trauma that keeps her imprisoned, like a ghost, in a house already haunted by her childhood tormentors. Judging from the crackling dialogue between Cindy and Tony, the therapist who loves and helps her, Praschan is well versed in the challenges of the doctor-patient duet. This is a fine and well-written psychological thriller. And I am partial to any male author who seeks - and succeeds - to create a full-dimensioned woman narrator."
-Sarah Kernochan, 2-time Oscar-winning screenwriter of "What Lies Beneath" and author of Jane Was Here
"Rich with imagery and wonderfully paced, Therapy for Ghosts is a deft tale of pain and redemption, smartly told via a struggling protagonist and an old house that, like all of us, has more history than we care to admit! Eric's debut novel marks the launch of a brave new talent. Highly recommended!"
-Ray Blackston, award-winning author of Flabbergasted