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The Robe of Lucifer

Fred M. White

Publisher: Good Press

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In 'The Robe of Lucifer' by Fred M. White, readers are immersed in a gripping tale of mystery and intrigue set in the late 19th century. The novel combines elements of Gothic fiction and psychological thriller, keeping the readers on the edge of their seats with its suspenseful plot twists and complex characters. White's rich language and detailed descriptions create a vivid literary landscape that transports the reader to a world filled with deception and deceit. The book also explores themes of morality, redemption, and the darkness that resides within the human soul. 'The Robe of Lucifer' is a compelling read for fans of classic gothic literature and psychological suspense. Fred M. White's narrative skill and attention to detail make this novel a captivating and thought-provoking journey into the depths of human nature.
Available since: 11/09/2021.
Print length: 213 pages.

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