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Cellophane Man

Levinson, Clive

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ISBN 10: 0973035803 / ISBN 13: 9780973035803
Published by Outback Press
Used Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Title: Cellophane Man

Publisher: Outback Press

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Very Good

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Drug dealer and opera fiend Felix Cecconi commits a bizarre murder. Pursued by a ruthless cop, he flees to the rainforest, expecting to find refuge. Instead, he runs into a logging blockade-a virtual war zone-and finds himself drawn to the blockade's leader, Sarah Medwood, an environmentalist with serious attitude. Both lawbreakers, they become embroiled in an ecological disaster and a dangerous love triangle.

This is an action-packed story with dangerous characters and exotic locations, set against the greatest civil disobedience campaign in the history of Canada.

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Clive Levinson was raised in Namibia and has an economics degree from the University of Cape Town. He was a prospector and a television director in South Africa before moving to Victoria, British Columbia in 1993. This is his first novel.

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