elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Max Pierce

"Books and movies opened the doors of my imagination and have captivated me ever since. If you have chosen to read something I have written, I am humbled. If you liked what you read, I've done my job. If not, I respect that also."

Further Readings:

The Master of Seacliff by Max Pierce
Paperback: 210 pages
Publisher: Lethe Press (December 30, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1590211197
ISBN-13: 978-1590211199
Amazon: The Master of Seacliff
Amazon Kindle: The Master of Seacliff

It is 1899, and young Andrew Wyndham has accepted a position tutoring the unruly son of wealthy industrialist Duncan Stewart in the hopes that the work will be brief yet provide an avenue to pay for his passage to France to study art. But Seacliff is a dark and eerie mansion enshrouded in near-eternal fog, dark mystery and suspicion-perhaps a reflection of the house's master. An imposing Blackbeard of a man, brooding Duncan Stewart is both feared and admired by his business associates as well as the people he calls friends, for Stewart may have murdered his own father to gain control of his business.And his home, in which Andrew Wyndham must now reside, holds terrible secrets-secrets that could destroy everyone within its walls. For pure gothic escapism with a decidedly masculine point of view, The Master of Seacliff is an enthralling and satisfying read.

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