Twelve Curious Deaths in France by John Goldsmith

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A collection of stories by international bestselling author and Emmy-nominated screenwriter John Goldsmith.

Do miracles really happen? Did Voltaire rise from the dead? Is our fate predestined? Are sex toys dangerous? The answers are to be found in this remarkable collection. Includes how-to advice on a number of topics: delivering practical jokes from beyond the grave; how best to murder an African despot; the secret of the world’s best rabbit stew. From fantastic to factual, contemporary to historical, a mix of comedy, drama, intrigue and suspense.

Twelve Curious Deaths in France is available on Amazon in e-book and paperback editions.

 

One thought on “Twelve Curious Deaths in France by John Goldsmith

  1. A fantastic book, well written and authentically French. An absorbing read which I recommend not just to francophiles but to anyone who values originality and good writing.

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