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Peter de Chamier
Occident Express

A novel

Color illustrations as visual cues at the beginning of each chapter.

In English only. Preliminary date of publication: spring 2021


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OCCIDENT EXPRESS

I hate things all fiction ...
there should always be some foundation of fact for the most airy fabric –
and pure invention is but the talent of a liar.
Lord Byron in a letter to his publisher John Murray. — London 1817.

It is reasonable to believe that a change of climate
would produce very sensible effects on the living body.
James Clark. The Sanative Influence of Climate. London 1848.


The third volume in the series ... you live and learn, Jack Boulder realizes, but to which purpose? What doesn't kill us makes us stronger — The lie is a condition of life (both quotations by Friedrich Nietzsche; and Boulder will find out both).

From Basel to the Mediterranean, from Berlin to Istanbul — and beyond:

"One never really knows where a story has its beginning or when it's over and done with. This one was simple. It started on a Saturday."

It begins with an accident in Greece, follows man-hunts along dusty railroad tracks in the Middle East, and ends with a furniture truck in Switzerland.


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The Powers That Be Berlin Export Occident Express The Stamp Collector


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The Powers That Be
Berlin Export
Occident Express
The Stamp Collector

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