Dead Men Tell No Tales

Dead Men Tell No Tales

by Richie Smartt

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Overview

Compelling play about a dynasty of the human race, are we all psychopaths or just figures of our intellect.

Selina Sra

Opening set I was hooked deeply interesting and extraordinary moving depiction of survival of mankind with twists of madness, pain, manipulation and despair .

Asian Times Rupert Singh


A disturbing play if deep broad mediation on violence from atrocity to forgiveness, the paradoxes of representation and tears of war, sincere and otherwise with a twist.
This is a rare achievement . There are many play writes where the writer speaks of war and the dark evil, and none that are written with such literacy self -consciousness.

Leo Mackintosh


Dead Men Tell No Tales, well outside the boundaries of established academic discourse, and the firm of the play is extraordinary in many ways. Richie Smartt not only probes the depths of the human capacity of atrocity, but also explores in an altogether original and hearty unrepeatable way the human capacity for sympathy or empathy with those whose acts have placed them beyond the pale of civilised society.

Adlibris Bokhandel

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On July 1703, four men stood on the cusp of a revolution under the sun of the Americas. They planned to claim something that wasn't theirs that could potentially become history. But what happened when they started seeing things that aren't there?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781546298502
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 09/28/2018
Pages: 262
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.59(d)

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