De dood voor ogen

Peter James (author), Pieter Janssens (translator)
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Title
De dood voor ogen
Author
Peter James 1948-
Translator
Pieter Janssens
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Looking good dead
Publisher
Utrecht: De Fontein, 2009
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789026126352
CloudLibrary
3kahwg9

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About Peter James

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Peter J. James (born 22 August 1948) is a British writer of crime fiction. He was born in Brighton, the son of Cornelia James, the former glovemaker to Queen Elizabeth II.

Education and early career

James was educated at Charterhouse and went on to Ravensbourne Film School. For a brief period of time whilst at film school, James worked as Orson Welles's house cleaner. Subsequently, he spent several years in North America, working as a screenwriter and film producer, beginning in Canada in 1970 working first as a gofer, then writer, on the children's television series Polka Dot Door.

Personal life

His interests include criminology, religion, science and the paranormal, as well as food and wine. He has written many restaurant columns. He is also a self-confessed "petrol head," having owned many fast…Read more on Wikipedia

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