On occasional afternoons, they stroll to the local tiki bar to enjoy the sunset and raise a glass to the spirit of Stevenson. Seeking Hyde.
Thomas Reed. Jekyll and Mr. It is the tale of a young author defying his father's wishes by becoming a spinner of romantic yarns. It is the tale of a young author defying his father's wishes by becoming a spinner of romantic yarns. It is the tale of his American wife, ten years older than he, driving her husband hard to write one more great novel before his chronic lung disease carries him away.
It is the tale of Stevenson reeling under charges from the mother of an old friend that he had fueled her son's fatal alcoholism through his recklessly Bohemian ways. Read more Show all links.
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Stevenson, Robert Louis, -- -- Adaptations. Authors -- Fiction. London England -- 19th century -- Fiction.
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Thomas Reed's debut novel, Seeking Hyde, recounts the fascinating history of Robert Louis Stevenson's epic horror story, Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Seeking Hyde book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When Brent Hyde arrives home from college to find his.
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Published Frankfurt am Main : P. Lang, c Language English.
Check copyright status Cite this Title Seeking Mr. Author Hubbard, Tom. Other Authors Stevenson, Robert Louis, Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr.