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Olivier Bosman

Author of the D.S Billings Victorian Mysteries, the Alcatrava Mysteries, and creator of Audio Mystery Theatre 


Born to Dutch parents and raised in Colombia and England, I am a rootless wanderer with itchy feet. I've spent the last few years living and working in The Netherlands, Czech Republic, Sudan and Bulgaria, but I have every confidence that I will now finally be able to settle down among the olive groves of Andalucia. 

 

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Coming soon on Audio Mystery Theatre

1949.

The East End of London is still recovering from the blitz.

Fitzgerald O’Sullivan is a young man with romantic notions of living like an impoverished writer. In an attempt to escape his past, he abandons his life of privilege and rents a room in the East End.

There he meets Roy Parker, a chirpy Cockney with a working-class charm. Roy asks Fitz to write a story about how he saved the lives of two Jewish ladies during the war.  What follows is a far-fetched tale filled with lies and exaggerations.

This is a noir thriller where nothing is what it seems. A dark tale of love, bitterness and vengeance set in the chaotic aftermath of the Second World War

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