By Joseph Edward Denham

After killing a young girl, a young firefighter battles his own mind and society to regain his unborn child. Conor is a novel evocative of the thin veil lying between sanity and madness, and the tragedy of a broken love story and a rebirth from society's forgotten dregs of a broken man, rejected by family, friends, and peers, forced to break his own rules and deny his own upbringing to find love and freedom once more. A young fireman accidentally kills a young girl and slips into madness only to find himself incarcerated and without any access to his unborn baby. Love hasn't abandoned him, however, and inspires him to rediscover his freedom in the only way he can.