The Face Stealer

  • by Robert Scott-Norton
  • Narrated by Paul Cram
  • 10 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When faceless assassins stalk the seaside streets, the only vacation is permanent.
Max Harding wanted nothing more than to leave his wife, but when his mistress is found gruesomely murdered on the beach, he becomes the prime suspect.
But in this quiet seaside town, appearances are deceiving, and secrets not only run deep—they're terrifying. The faceless killers have been set loose and Max soon finds himself fighting for humanity against an enemy he knows only too well.
The Face Stealer is the first book of Tombs, part of The Tombs Legacy. If you're a fan of Torchwood, Stephen King, or The X-Files, then you'll love a series that combines all of their best traits in a fast-paced, captivating, thrilling adventure.
Buy THE FACE STEALER and take your first steps into a universe of darkness created by author Robert Scott-Norton.

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enjoyed listening
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- Laura

Review From The Audiobook Narrator

I read this book a few times. first to enjoy the story, then to perform it as the narrator.
While reading it the first time, I found myself hating the character of Max... Spoiler Alert... but then by the end I really found myself cheering for him and was glad to see his involvement with the end of this story and how he became a hero.
I had heard this book be compared to the likes of Torchwood, and was glad to not be disappointed with the comparison.
This book would make a great sci-fi TV show series.
I am excited to have people listen to it as well, I really enjoyed reading and performing it. Am looking forward to more from the author Robert Scott-Norton.
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- Paul Cram "www.PaulCramActor.com"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-24-2015
  • Publisher: Robert Scott-Norton