The Man From Marseille

The Man From Marseille For years Alex Ostroff churns out unsuccessful unpublished manuscripts His rejection is complete when he s rebuffed by London s literary set and unceremoniously thrown out of a party by the host His
  • Title: The Man From Marseille
  • Author: J.P. Smith
  • ISBN: 1612185703
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Man From Marseille
    For years, Alex Ostroff churns out unsuccessful, unpublished manuscripts His rejection is complete when he s rebuffed by London s literary set and unceremoniously thrown out of a party by the host His exasperated literary agent encourages Alex to write what he knows, but the writer is loathe to reveal anything about himself Alex follows the advice, however, mining his c For years, Alex Ostroff churns out unsuccessful, unpublished manuscripts His rejection is complete when he s rebuffed by London s literary set and unceremoniously thrown out of a party by the host His exasperated literary agent encourages Alex to write what he knows, but the writer is loathe to reveal anything about himself Alex follows the advice, however, mining his childhood for material.The son of Russian expatriates, Alex certainly has a compelling past His parents, glamorous figures living in France under assumed names, worked with a shadowy Frenchman named Felix Dumont in a mysterious import export business that involved fraud, forgery, blackmail, and murder Drawing from these memories, Alex s new novel, Troika,finally lands the struggling author some acclaim.As his writing career and the media s fascination with him gathers steam, Alex questions much of what his parents have told him And when he unexpectedly encounters Dumont in London, he learns the dark truth lurking behind the fictions of his life Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 174 pages Published November 20th 2012 by Thomas Mercer first published September 1986 More Details ISBN 1612185703 ISBN13 9781612185705 Edition Language English Other Editions 7 All Editions Add a New Edi
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    J.P Smith was born in New York City and began his writing career in England, where he lived for several years with his wife and daughter, and where his first novel was published As a screenwriter, he was an Academy Nicholl Fellowship Semifinalist in 2014 The Drowning, a psychological thriller published in January 2019 by Sourcebooks Landmark, is his seventh novel.His eighth, If She Were Dead, w J.P Smith was born in New York City and began his writing career in England, where he lived for several years with his wife and daughter, and where his first novel was published As a screenwriter, he was an Academy Nicholl Fellowship Semifinalist in 2014 The Drowning, a psychological thriller published in January 2019 by Sourcebooks Landmark, is his seventh novel.His eighth, If She Were Dead, will be published in 2020

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