Game Book: Sporting Round the World ebook
by Macdonald Hastings
Macdonald "Mac" Hastings occasionally contributed fictional work to. .
Macdonald "Mac" Hastings occasionally contributed fictional work to Lilliput, a literary magazine, under the pseudonym of Lemuel Gulliver. He filed reports from far-flung parts of the world under the title of Eagle Special Correspondent reportedly making around 5,000 pounds a year by 1952, Hastings was doing very well for himself and his family. He wrote around thirty books, was author of a series of detective novels and appeared on television as a weekly correspondent on Tonight in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Aged 26, he briefly married Eleanor Asprey, aged 32.
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Title: The Fastest Sports in the World Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Game Book: Sporting Round the World, Hastings, Macdonald, Michael.
Listen to books in audio format. Flashy, that lustful libertine, takes a round-the-world adventure that would shock Don Juan and make swingers of today green with envy. Flashman on the March-the twelfth book in George MacDonald Fraser’s ever-beloved, always scandalous Flashman Papers series-is Flashman and Fraser at their best. Actions & Adventure, Humor. In an English mansion, he's not just doodling in the drawing room with a blue blood's red-hot-blooded mistress; in Africa, he's forced to serve a sultry queen who kills low-endurance lovers.
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Books and Literature Poetry Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages Children's Books All Topics. Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. Cork on the telly' - subject(s): Fiction, Insurance investigators. When did Macdonald Hastings die? Macdonald Hastings died on October 4, 1982. What has the author Jeanette MacDonald written? Jeanette MacDonald has written: 'Jeanette Macdonald and Nelson Eddy'. What has the author Cynthia Macdonald written? Cynthia Macdonald has written: 'Alms'.