Farewell Fountain Street

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Price
$14.95  $13.90
Publisher
Telegram Books
Publish Date
Pages
224
Dimensions
5.0 X 7.7 X 0.7 inches | 0.35 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781846592164

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About the Author
Selçuk Altun was born in Artvin,
Turkey, in 1950. A retired banking executive, bibliophile and book collector,
Altun served as a chairman of a major publishing house until his retirement in
2004. He is the author of four essay collections and ten novels including The
Sultan of Byzantium, which has been translated into more than fifteen
languages. He writes a popular monthly column for the Turkish periodical OT
called 'For the Love of Books'. He lives in Istanbul.
Reviews


Praise for previous work:

Songs My Mother Never
Told Me
(isbn 9781846590535)

'A brilliantly edgy, witty thriller that rivals Highsmith' Maureen Freely

'The author's rich prose captures the charm and immediacy of each location, while his detail conjures a dense historical backdrop. He excels in lending a sense of new intrigue to places on Istanbul's well-trod tourist track.' Time Out Istanbul, Book of the Month


The Sultan of Byzantium (isbn:
9781846591488)

'This seamless translation captures the author's remarkable lyricism. Highly recommended for
readers of literary mysteries and followers of international crime fiction. Altun's love and knowledge of Istanbul shines through on every page.' Booklist

'Readers tired of the endless Da Vinci Code
knockoffs will find Altun's variation on the theme a refreshing one ... Altun
beautifully incorporates details about the Byzantine Empire less familiar to
Western audiences, as well as healthy injections of wry humor, into this
riveting escapade.' Publishers
Weekly


Many and Many A Year Ago (isbn 9781846590672)

'An entertaining, somewhat absurd Hitchcockian comedy-mystery, rich in dropped names and arty jokes. This cheeky romp ... may
appeal most for its atmospheric glimpses of an inexhaustible city.' Boyd Tonkin, Independent