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Lautaro's Spear Kindle Edition
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A legendary reclusive filmmaker. An enigmatic cook and restaurant proprietor, who is clearly more than he seems. Two mysterious deliveries to be made behind the Iron Curtain. A desperate search for a long-missing old friend. An unexpected love affair on the coast of Normandy. Dallas Green's life has only gotten more interesting in the years since his wild youthful adventure in Mexico, as told in the novel Maximilian and Carlotta Are Dead. In the year 1980, he is now a photographer, living and working in San Francisco, where he adjusts to a world very different from that of his rural roots. He may be older, but that does not necessarily mean he is any wiser, as his continuing romantic misadventures attest. Lautaro’s Spear is Scott R. Larson’s third book, following the fantasy novel The Three Towers of Afranor.
A native of California's San Joaquin Valley, Scott R. Larson has also lived in Ohio, France, Chile, and for many years in and around Seattle, Washington. He currently finds himself in the West of Ireland, where he writes one of the internet's longest running film blogs.
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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
Life is sometimes messy!
16 November 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Totally enjoyed the characters lost souls that they are. Life is not always what we would like.
The Adventure and Romance Continues
12 October 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
This is a sequel to Larson's earlier novel, "Maximilian and Carlotta are Dead", which was set mostly in Mexico as a buddy adventure and introduced the character of Dallas Green, a young man with wanderlust from a small town in the San Joaquin Valley. "Lautaro's Spear" takes us on further romantic and political adventures to France, Germany, and Chile, and deeper into Dallas' psyche which we find to be darker and more complex than in the first novel. An engrossing read by a first class storyteller, it leaves you wanting more.
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