Oxford Playscripts: Flesh and Blood by Benjamin Hulme-Cross
  

Oxford Playscripts: Flesh and Blood

Written by Benjamin Hulme-Cross
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Oxford Playscripts: Flesh and Blood by Benjamin Hulme-Cross

A modern gothic chiller inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's 'The Body Snatcher' Lost in the middle of nowhere, Emma, Caitlin, Zack and Danny seek shelter in an abandoned vicarage. Emma recognises the house from her nightmares and begs the others not to enter, but with a storm building they have no choice. As night falls, the vicarage begins to give up its chilling secrets, and century-old tales of murder, revenge and body snatching fill the air. Also included: The Body Snatcher - a short story by Robert Louis Stevenson Medical student, Fettes, begins to grow suspicious about the source of the corpses for his anatomy class. When the sinister reality becomes clear, he is forced to make a decision that will haunt him for the rest of his life

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Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Benjamin Hulme-Cross
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

1st February 2014

ISBN

9780198393504


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