J.D. Frodsham’s New Novel Asks Whether Free Will is an Illusion

Readers journey to Greece for intricately plotted, supernatural thriller in ‘Crumbling Moon.’

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Kardinia, Australia (PRWEB) May 19, 2014

Australian Professor J.D. Frodsham’s newest thriller, “Crumbling Moon” (published by AuthorHouse), explores the tension between fate and free will, asking readers to consider whether their actions are freely chosen or pre-destined.

When renowned history professor, Hector Terries, arrives in Greece on a lecture tour, he is forced to confront the mystery of what happened to his beautiful fiancée, who disappeared from the city 24 years earlier. Hector finds himself haunted by disquieting apparitions of the missing woman, leaving him questioning his own sanity. His attempts to solve the riddle lead to his involvement in official corruption, terrorist violence, supernatural phenomena, further romantic entanglements, and a devastating revelation.

These traumatic events transform Hector both physically and psychically, causing him to completely reevaluate his understanding of the nature of reality, the inexorability of fate, and the perennial tragedy of the human condition, as first explored in Classical Greek theatre.

Frodsham draws on his extensive knowledge of both modern and ancient Greece, as well as on his own experience in the field of psychical research, to produce a brilliantly written, scholarly and closely-plotted work of literary fiction, which is at once a political thriller, a murder mystery, a romance, a ghost story and a philosophical treatise.

“Crumbling Moon”
By J.D. Frodsham
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 382 pages | ISBN 9781496976772
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 382 pages | ISBN 9781496976765
E-Book | 382 pages | ISBN 9781496976789
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
J.D. Frodsham is currently an emeritus professor of English and comparative literature at Murdoch University. He completed his doctorate in classical Chinese literature at the Australian National University and held professorships at fourteen eminent universities worldwide. He was also president of the Australasian Society for Psychical Research for close on 30 years. His previous publications include: “The Murmuring Stream,” “An Anthology of Chinese Verse,” “Goddesses, Ghosts, and Demons: The Poetry of Li He,” “The First Chinese Embassy to the West” and many other books, monographs and articles.

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