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The Trap

Howard Phillips Lovecraft, Henry St. Clair Whitehead

Publisher: DigiCat

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"The Trap" is a story that explores metaphysics, telepathy, and a strange connection with Norse myths. This novel follows the story of a teacher who did not know that he owns an extraordinary mirror. When a student of his goes missing, the teacher thinks he knows exactly where to find the boy based on his previous experiences from his travels. Will the teacher be able to find him? It is a book by Howard Phillips Lovecraft, an American writer of weird, science, fantasy, and horror fiction.
Available since: 06/13/2022.
Print length: 22 pages.

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