[Ebook] ➨ The Far Traveller Author Manning Coles – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk

The Far Traveller The Herr Graf Was A Familiar Sight To The Residents Of The Rhineland Village Of Grauhugel After All He D Been Walking The Halls Of The Local Castle At Night And Occasionally Nodding To The Servants Ever Since He Drowned Some 86 Years Ago No One Was The Least Bit Alarmed By The Graf S Spectral Walks The Castle S Major Domo Found It All Quite Comforting After All The Young Graf Had Been Quite Popular While He Was Alive.When The Actor Hired To Play The Dead Graf In A Movie Is Felled By An Accident, The Film S Director Is Overjoyed To Come Across A Talented Replacement Who Seems To Have Been Born To Play The Part, Little Realizing That The Graf And His Faithful Servant Who Perished In The Same Accident Had Only Recently Decided To Materialize In Public.The Graf Isn T Stagestruck He S Back Among The Living To Correct An Old Wrong Along The Way, He Adds A Bit Of Realism To A Cinematic Duel, Befuddles A Blackmarketeer, Breaks Out Of Jail, And Exposes A Charlatan Spiritualist At The Same Time, His Amorous Servant Franz Is In The Grip Of An Awkward Dilemma What If He S Pursuing The Granddaughters Of Village Maidens He Dallied With Eight Decades In The Past

  • Paperback
  • 154 pages
  • The Far Traveller
  • Manning Coles
  • English
  • 13 August 2018
  • 0915230356

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10 thoughts on “The Far Traveller

  1. says:

    The Far Traveller 1956 is a light and frothy tale by the creator of British spy Tommy Hambledon Manning Coles gives us the Graf van Grauhegel and his servant Franz who, after being dead nearly a century and haunting the castle in the interval, rematerialize in order to right an old wrong so they may finally rest in peace In the meantime, they also manage to star in a romantic musical movie based on the Graf s life and filmed at the Graf s castle on the Rhine as well as unmask a fraudulent me The Far Traveller 1956 is a light and frothy tale by the creator of British spy Tommy Hambledon Manning Coles gives us the Graf van Grauhegel and his servant Franz who, after being dead nearly a century and haunting the castle in the interval, rematerialize in order to right an old wrong so they may finally rest in peace In the meantime, they also manage to star in a romantic musical movie based on the Graf s life and filmed at the Graf s castle on the Rhine as well as unmask a fraudulent medium.When George What s star falls down the staircase at the Castel Grauhegel, the director is at his wits end Where is he going to find an actor who can take the role of a 19th Century German count at such short notice What luck two young men, the very image of a German aristocrat and his servant, arrive on the scene just in time In fact Herr Rei...

  2. says:

    Brilliant Hilarious Too bad they never got around to making a film with Carey Grant, who would ve been perfect as the Graf.

  3. says:

    It was interesting, not at all what I expected It s about a couple of ghosts and some antics they get into while trying to right a wrong in a small German town, guessing around the 60 s or 70 s

  4. says:

    Cool ghost story.

  5. says:

    The Far Traveller is one of the most charming and sweet stories OOps, will finish later.

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