Hannah Black

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Hannah Black is a short story involving the disappearance of the girl of the same name. She vanished in mysterious circumstances, leaving behind only a notebook, which was discovered later by a local vagrant. The notebook is in Hannah’s handwriting, and describes her last hours; it is a compelling and at times shocking portrait of a young girl whose life was suddenly changed beyond recognition.

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Words: 4,300
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476430133
About Richard Shury

Richard A. Shury (is it too soon to tell you the A is for Awesome?) is the author of three novels and some short stories. He works in Security and Compliance, so doesn't write as much as he should; lives in London and writes about himself in the third person. He is terrible at succinct self-summary (but awesome at alliteration).

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Review by: Ardy on July 21, 2012 :
An intense and terrifying read that leaves more questions than answers, and in this case that's a good thing. I too want to know more and hope that this short piece is just the beginning!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Sarah Sunderland on May 25, 2012 :
Too good to be a short story, I want to know more. I need to know more! Absolutely brilliant.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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