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Writing Man

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ISBN: 9781739772703
AuthorFlannery, Frances
Pub Date16/06/2022
BindingPaperback
CountryGBR
Dewey
Quick overview Tobias Pilferhoff looks, dresses, and acts the part of the quintessential writer. There is only one small problem; despite his posturing, he has by the age of thirty still not yet produced his awaited great novel.
€17.99

After the death of his father, Tobias acquires the old man’s bureau, and discovers a Hebrew manuscript inside a hidden drawer, one which his father acquired from a Nazi soldier in Frankfurt during The Second World War.

Tobias Pilferhoff translates the manuscript, and publishes it as his own. After the
stolen manuscript brings him global fame, he is still unsatisfied. If he is to write his own tour de force, our hero must expand beyond the walls of his rigid, superficial ideals.

Tobas believes that the manuscript’s true origin will never be unearthed until Loulita Hirsch appears from the past.

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After the death of his father, Tobias acquires the old man’s bureau, and discovers a Hebrew manuscript inside a hidden drawer, one which his father acquired from a Nazi soldier in Frankfurt during The Second World War.

Tobias Pilferhoff translates the manuscript, and publishes it as his own. After the
stolen manuscript brings him global fame, he is still unsatisfied. If he is to write his own tour de force, our hero must expand beyond the walls of his rigid, superficial ideals.

Tobas believes that the manuscript’s true origin will never be unearthed until Loulita Hirsch appears from the past.

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