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Colin Falconer's Sneak Peeks

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This is a FREE compilation of covers, author’s notes and sample chapters taken from the ongoing 30-year career of international best-selling novelist Colin Falconer. This library sample will give you a unique and comprehensive look into the way in which Colin blends history with fiction, to create novels that are impossible to put down.

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ebook, 220 pages
Published May 26th 2014 by Cool Gus Publishing
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“I was 18 years old, I’d just left school and got a job in London, working in an insurance company. I was working inside - in an office! My mother thought that was like being CEO of Shell Oil.

“I was late one morning, I took a short cut through the church yard to the station to catch my train. I’d just finished reading The Sun Also Rises the night before; and here I was looking at all these gravest
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