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The Killing of an Author: Jackie Kennedy, Sonny Pfizer, Steven Little Ayatollahs and a Suicide Pact Richard Crasta

The Killing of an Author: Jackie Kennedy, Sonny Pfizer, Steven Little Ayatollahs and a Suicide Pact

Richard Crasta

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A small town Indian boy who has never met a real writer, has a dream of becoming a novelist in the Land of the Free. Reaching New York many years later, he studies at Columbia, works for a literary agency, fathers three children, and meets SaulMoreA small town Indian boy who has never met a real writer, has a dream of becoming a novelist in the Land of the Free. Reaching New York many years later, he studies at Columbia, works for a literary agency, fathers three children, and meets Saul Bellows agent, Nobel Prizewinners, Kurt Vonnegut, John Irving, and some of the most powerful editors in the world.The resulting story has been described as a publishing thriller, a wild roller coaster ride, and as having a sense of humour from start to end. His first novel is published in ten countries and seven languages, he learns some lessons along the way. Such as: What are the secret Rules of the publishing industry, and why are the rules different for people of different ethnicities?The Killing of an Author tells a story that has been described as laugh-out-loud funny, an act of bravery, and as possessing integrity. It is the third book of Richard Crastas Freedom Trilogy.Crasta has a sense of humour which he maintains from the start to the end. Funny, sad, andeye-opening. . . .We need more writers like him. --The Deccan ChronicleYou are funny and delightful . . . and nowhere are you too heavy to carry. Ive never read anyone like you. I laugh, I ache, I smile, I cry - but never close the book without that smilesurfacing.--Sheelagh Grenon, CanadaMore than a book . . . an act of bravery.--Lulu ReviewMore information at: richardcrasta.comAbout 70,000 words or 270 paperback pages