Faceless Intruder

In nineteenth century Austro-Hungary, something terrifying lurks around Salzburg. One boy, Benjamin Wirtz, attempts to rescue his younger sister Lena from this mystical evil, only to discover an alternate reality wherein lies the faceless horror. With the help of a nun to protect him against the demons and the dark moments that lay ahead, it's a race against time to rescue Lena and lift the curse.

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781466151017
About Richard Parr

After a lengthy period of travelling, I'm back in London. My goal is to write a book on how to teach and to open my own Creative Writing school, involving the art of individual self-expression, using philosophy and spirituality to connect and unmask the persona.

I was born in 1986 and lived my childhood in Lincolnshire. In 2009 I underwent a transformation of the mind and left behind my old routine. I enjoyed my time at university studying Creative Writing (2009-2012) where I was influenced by the outstanding teaching of David Fulton and Elizabeth Evenden, both who have helped craft my writing.

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