An author has retired to the country with his wife and dog. He receives an offer he cannot refuse from a famous, even older writer living in the South of France, who wants him to listen to and transcribe his ultimate message to the public.'
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Book Description Constable, London, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: vg+. Dust Jacket Condition: vg+. 1st.ed. 8vo [8 1/2 x 6"). 1st.ed. d/w. blue cloth, gilt. pegs sl.dusty/marked. vg+. 190pp ['An author has retired to the country with his wife and dog. He receives an offer he cannot refuse from a famous even older writer living in the South of France, who wants him to listen to and transcribe his ultimate message to the public. Mystery is piled on mystery in the glorious setting of the Riviera, while examples of loving and hating are described in a darkening room with views of turquoise sea and then of shimmering stars. The end of the message and the life of the messenger coincide, leaving certain questions unanswered. Buit time supplies answers and explanations, and the narrator has surprises of his own to spring on the reader.']. Bookseller Inventory # PD574