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The Maestro of Almijara

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Inspired by true events that happened in Frigiliana in southern Spain in the 1970's, this, the second of Drew Launay's 'Almijara' novels, reunites us with his loveable cast of characters dealing with life in a typical Andalucian mountain pueblo, as well as struggling to come to terms with the 'modern' world of telephones, electricity, and foreigners... From the pompous sch ...more
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Published September 16th 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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paul honnor
Jan 23, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Another good read

Enjoyed following the characters from the first book, the story of village life. I preferred the first book but that's just because of the referencing more to the civil war but overall a very good read
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Drew Launay was born of French parents in England. Lives in Nerja, Southern Spain. After early years in the family meat business he escaped to the Windmill Theatre in London's West End to write the screen play for 'Yes we have no Pajamas'.

Over 50 books have since been published under pseudonyms André Launay (General Fiction), Andrew Laurance (Psychic Thrillers) and some of the popular Xenophobe an
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