Betrayal of Love and Freedom

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A LIFE CHANGING, INTERNATIONAL PAGETURNER INSPIRED BY A TRUE STORY.

An Heroic Thriller.
A Compelling Love Story.

Two Powerful Men, one at the mercy of Bipolar Disorder, the other facing life imprisonment, struggle to regain their freedom.

Luke Powers' life has long been punctuated by abrupt changes in fortune, but nothing could prepare him for the possibility of life ...

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Overview

A LIFE CHANGING, INTERNATIONAL PAGETURNER INSPIRED BY A TRUE STORY.

An Heroic Thriller.
A Compelling Love Story.

Two Powerful Men, one at the mercy of Bipolar Disorder, the other facing life imprisonment, struggle to regain their freedom.

Luke Powers' life has long been punctuated by abrupt changes in fortune, but nothing could prepare him for the possibility of life imprisonment. Facing charges of murdering the forbidden, great, long-lost love of his life, the influential media mogul is powerless to escape his predicament. Is he a murderer? Even he can't say for sure.

Diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and separated from those he loves, entrepreneur and family man Rick Dellich faces confinement to a chemical straightjacket for the rest of his life. Stripped of all rights as a citizen after suffering a mental breakdown he commits himself to a psychiatric clinic, desperate to recover his mind and rebuild his life.

Two women offering the possibility of love weave their way into Luke's destiny. So, too, does Wong Peng, a ruthless business magnate and crime boss wielding the dark forces of power. All the while, Rick's tortured search for answers about his mental illness leads him to revelations about his own personal relationships that threaten to turn his world upside down.

Will each man succeed in his quest for love and freedom? Both will face challenges that will destroy or transform them, eventually placing the two on a collision course with one another. Set against a backdrop of four continents, BETRAYAL of Love and Freedom is an unforgettable novel of the struggle for power, for true love, and for ultimate freedom.

BIPOLAR MAN CURES HIMSELF.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780646517070
  • Publisher: Mwella Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 5/5/2010
  • Edition description: MWELLA LLC
  • Pages: 596
  • Sales rank: 1,294,469
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 9.40 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Huljich co-founded and became chairman of Best Corporation, a natural foods company. He then was diagnosed with bipolar disorder as a result of years of unchecked stress. Determined to heal himself, Huljich traveled to the Mayo Clinic and the Menninger Clinic. Huljich ultimately succeeded in mastering stress by implementing his nine-step overall wellness plan. He writes fiction to bring about awareness for the consequences of extreme stress, and other mind-related conditions.
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  • Posted November 9, 2010

    A definite winter read!

    Mental Illness is not commonly written about in fiction novels, but Paul Huljich tackles the subject with sensitivity, seriousness and a few laughs.
    I found that from the first page I was in Luke Powers world - the book is divided into three parts - when Luke's story halted at part one I found myself wanting to know more - but then I found myself in Rick Dellich's world and i felt I could get a strong sense of what it would be like to live with a mental illness.
    The story ties up in part three - not how I expected, but I was happy nonetheless.
    No, in the book Paul does not give a miraculous cure to fix depression - but he offers an insight as to ideas that he has used.

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