The Soul Feaster

The Soul Feaster

by Philip Lyndon

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Kate Sinclair made one last gesture-pressing her blood smeared hand against the wall she made the sign of the cross. To Detective Sergeant David Joseph there are echoes of his own parents deaths. At the crime scene a painting appears to have mysteriously melted. This is not the first unexplained death linked to that artist’s paintings.Could the supernatural hold the answer?

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BN ID: 2940033074709
Publisher: Philip Lyndon
Publication date: 01/31/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 534 KB

About the Author

Born in Portsmouth, England 1964,at an early age I enjoyed spending time in my own imagination and being creative. I can recall Horror films being an early interest-the Universal Dracula, Frankenstein movies and the Hammer horror films as well as Fu Manchu.At primary school we had a fancy dress day and I insisted going as Fu Manchu though I doubt many knew who I was.

Acting happened by accident, the school put on Dracula Spectacular-how could I resist? I played Ghengis, the grotesque man servant. I got the acting bug!

Acting, writing, photography,music, painting have all featured heavily in my growth and development. I have had the pleasure to work with Michael J Murphy, a british low budget film maker who has some cult following, acting in several films.(They are not so much released they rather escape).It was through brainstorming ideas with him for a film idea that The Soul Feaster came to me. I decided to put my imaginings down in novel form-a new challenge-but one that reminded me of my youth, suspending my disbelief and living in a world of shadows!

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
His tail lashed angrily and he stalked into the shadows, "I need no Clan!" He snarled.