Ludovic Weiss enjoys a comfortable life. He is happily married, respected and successful in his career. Then, without warning, he is plunged into a whirlpool of distrust as his world crumbles and trusted friends become enemies. Is he a victim of a conspiracy? Is he losing his mind? Can he even survive?
Thank you, David Pollard and Rachel’s Random Resources
About the author
Released from paid employment over ten years ago by ‘retirement’ David got involved with his life time passion for all aspects of the theatre.
‘I just love an audience!’
Acting, directing and an immersion in theatre technology led naturally to writing for the stage – several plays and a couple of awards later a play just turned into a novel as he was writing it – that’s how ‘The Alienation of Ludovic Weiss’ came to be written.
David is also a fan of short stories – especially the work of M R James, E F Benson and Algernon Blackwood. All of which led him to produce the stories which are collected in his second publication ‘His Cat and Other Strange Tales’.
David remarks ‘It seems I have a natural bent for writing the macabre.’
David now describes himself as a Teller of Tales in the vein of Robert Louis Stevenson – hence his website address Thetusitala.co.uk – from the Samoan word for Teller of Tales.
His plays are published by LazyBee Scripts.
David lives in Hereford.
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