Final Curtain

Final Curtain : What a Pantomime

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Final Curtain is the sixth and final volume of the Puckingell series of comedy books. The series revolves around the adventures and scandals of the residents of a farming village in East Anglia. This final book contains the outcome of the love affair between William Moult and Melanie Parks. It also tells of more outrageous escapades of Paul Yardley. He causes havoc in Buckingham Palace and the Italian Embassy in London. He also sets up Joy and Danny for a night never to be forgotten. You will witness the first pantomime to carry a parental guidance warning. Outrageous and hysterical goings on between the most unlikely cast ever!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 212 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 12.19mm | 335.66g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150842036X
  • 9781508420361

About Colane

David J Colane writes great books for those who like a good belly laugh. Borne and bred in London's East End, he knows about most aspects of life and living. Has also, just finished his first Romantic Thriller 'South Harbour' Love, murder, mystery and intrigue and a tug at the heart strings in this one which is set in a Cornish coastal village. Children's books are also among Colane's fast expanding repertoire. He has just finished book one in a new children's adventure series about a magical young schoolgirl named Miranda Knight. Book one, 'MIRANDA Don't Open Your Eyes' tells of a mysterious old lady, a magical book and a journey through time. Learn about Miranda's childhood and her attitude towards injustice. In Colane's books the baddies always get their comeuppance! Showing further versatility David has also just completed a full length 'adult' pantomime. His years as a professional singer and musician have been put to good use. He has written all new songs and dance routines for his pantomime and hopes to see 'The Bitches Of Ipswich' performed on stage. The pantomime is featured in his final volume on life in Puckingell. 'Final Curtain' David's services as a writer are now in demand and he has just started to 'Ghost Write' an autobiography for a well known figure in horse racing circles. Thirty five years as a colourful character in the betting industry and a dedicated benefactor and fund raiser for children's charity organisations. Recently, feeling bored one evening, David sat and wrote a short silent movie. Sounds like a contradiction of terms doesn't it? But his description and direction have made 'All Gorn Loopy' a must for people who keep a hankie beside them when reading! You'll need it to mop away the tears of laughter!!show more