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A FACE WITHOUT A HEART

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by Rick R. Reed

A modern-day and thought-provoking retelling of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray.  A novel that is brutally honest with its reader and doesn’t flinch in the areas where Wilde had to look away. A beautiful young man bargains his soul away to remain young and handsome forever, while his holographic portrait mirrors his aging and decay and reflects every sin and each nightmarish step deeper into depravity… even cold-blooded murder. Prepare yourself for a compelling tour of the darkest sides of greed, lust, addiction, and violence.

200 pages, paperback

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Author Rick R. Reed
Publishers DSP Publications
Year of Publication 2017

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A FACE WITHOUT A HEART
Rick R. Reed

A modern-day and thought-provoking retelling of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray.  A novel that is brutally honest with its reader and doesn’t flinch in the areas where Wilde had to look away. A beautiful young man bargains his soul away to remain young and handsome forever, while his holographic portrait mirrors his aging and decay and reflects every sin and each nightmarish step deeper into depravity… even cold-blooded murder. Prepare yourself for a compelling tour of the darkest sides of greed, lust, addiction, and violence.

200 pages, paperback

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A FACE WITHOUT A HEART

A FACE WITHOUT A HEART

by Rick R. Reed

A modern-day and thought-provoking retelling of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray.  A novel that is brutally honest with its reader and doesn’t flinch in the areas where Wilde had to look away. A beautiful young man bargains his soul away to remain young and handsome forever, while his holographic portrait mirrors his aging and decay and reflects every sin and each nightmarish step deeper into depravity… even cold-blooded murder. Prepare yourself for a compelling tour of the darkest sides of greed, lust, addiction, and violence.

200 pages, paperback