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Saviour Pirotta

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Saviour Pirotta is the award-winning author of over one hundred fiction and nonfiction books for children. His works have been translated into 28 languages. Originally from Malta, he now lives in England.


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message 2: by Ann

Ann Roberts You might like to try THE MASTER'S TALE - giving Capt Smith's view of his life and what led up to the TITANIC tragedy - it puts a completely different view on things!
check www.annvictoriaroberts.co.uk for my blog and background to what inspired the novel. It was one of those inspirational moments!


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maria Hey there,Saviour
Thank you for add me as your friends.
It`s my honor to be in your friends list.
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Maria


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