Behind the Stained Glass

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"In Behind the Stained Glass, Keith Gouveia creates a world worthy of Oz and Wonderland, with a touch of Dante's "Hell" thrown in." - Charles Gramlich author of Bitter Steel and the Talera Cycle Series

Saint Martin's Children's Home is not your average orphanage, and Reggie Baker is not your typical teenager. Headstrong and defiant, Reggie finds himself transferred to the ornate, gothic building where children are disappearing and a stained glass window houses a dark secret.

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Overview

"In Behind the Stained Glass, Keith Gouveia creates a world worthy of Oz and Wonderland, with a touch of Dante's "Hell" thrown in." - Charles Gramlich author of Bitter Steel and the Talera Cycle Series

Saint Martin's Children's Home is not your average orphanage, and Reggie Baker is not your typical teenager. Headstrong and defiant, Reggie finds himself transferred to the ornate, gothic building where children are disappearing and a stained glass window houses a dark secret.

Journey with Reggie as he is whisked away to a world shaped by fear, built from glass.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781453856369
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 10/19/2010
  • Pages: 68
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.16 (d)

Meet the Author

Keith Gouveia lives in Florida with his wife, Lisa. He is a mechanical engineer by trade and writes fiction in his spare time. He has had work accepted for publication in numerous forth coming anthologies and if you're looking for something frightening, he recommends his zombie novella, Death Puppet: Revolt of the Dead or his collection of werewolf tales Animal Behavior And Other Tales Of Lycanthropy, but if you crave more fantasy, then check out his YA novel, Children Of The Dragon, all three titles published by Coscom Entertainment. And be on the lookout for his next release, The Black Cat and The Ghoul co-written with Edgar Allan Poe and to be released by Coscom Entertainment.
Though he is infrequent with his updates, you can visit Keith on the web at: www.keithgouveia.com or look him up on Facebook where he is more active.
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