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The Blood In The Moon
Sean Chapman - 2013-08-09
A film director, Alec Mane, struggles with emotional commitment due to his troubled past. After encountering mysterious aspects of his past, Alec is forced to meet his enigmatic father, unearthing ancient mythological forces. As he unravels a series of terrifying clues, Alec realizes that his love for colleague Anna is all that matters to him. "The Blood in the Moon" is a psychological thriller delving into the influence of our parents on ourselves.
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A Distant Prospect
Sean Chapman - 2012-10-06
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Follow the journey of a struggling young actor as he rehearses for a challenging role in a play, while navigating his complex personal life. With debts piling up and the play’s production in trouble, his hopes for success seem far off. However, everything changes when he’s offered the leading role in a new film. Written by a seasoned actor and acclaimed author, this book is an entertaining and enlightening depiction of the harsh realities of life as a professional actor. It’s a must-read for anyone interested in theatre and acting.
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Ms Derby Requires
Sean Chapman - 2012-06-11
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This gripping novella is an exploration of modern, urban sexuality that follows the story of Steven, a man who responds to a mysterious ad placed by a woman named Ms Derby. As he is drawn into her world, a ruthless game of personal satisfaction is played out. The characters created by Sean Chapman are chilling yet believable, making for a memorable and engaging read that will leave readers hooked from start to finish.
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The Mason's Son
A Novel of the Trial and Death of Socrates
Sean Chapman - 2018-06-04
This historical novel follows the story of Socrates during his trial in 399 B.C. Accused of atheism and corrupting the youth of Athens, Socrates faces sinister political forces and an extraordinary defense. But as the trial progresses, Athens and democracy itself are put on trial. The result is a dramatic and moving show trial that explores the complexities of philosophy and democracy.