Richard is a member of the New York City Writers Room. He studied creative writing at the Harvard Extension School, led writers groups and won top prize for Digital Americana’s short fiction contest with an excerpt from this novel.
A disillusioned engineer spends a summer working in the Dolomite Mountain Range in Italy where he discovers his creative side.
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I love the pre-amble. A woodsy foreboding slowly begins to encompass the reader with every step of the stranger, walking in solitude by Walden Pond, an immediate allusion to that other wanderer who sought solitude and escape, Thoreau.
A territorial psychotherapist must find the murderer hunting his patients before the police pin the crimes on him.
The title is attention grabbing and the elevator pitch irresistible. I've only read what's posted here, but I love the opening paragraph, a fast paced staccato introduction, it keeps the reader to read on.