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‘The Chef Who Lost His Salsa’ Short Stories

‘The Chef Who Lost His Salsa’ Short Stories

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A collection of five short stories, leading with The Chef Who Lost His Salsa, by Georgia Spanos (editor at DELLI). The second Gi Press book is here! Illustrated by the amazing Maddison Kitching, this book features five short stories written by me; The Chef Who Lost His Salsa being one. Each story follows a character that lives an ordinary life, but has reached a crossroads. They then quest to uncover their true desires through adventurous, creative, and at times magical paths. Stories include: The Leaf That Never Fell, The Chef Who Lost His Salsa, Stop 36, Punk Is Not Dead, and Lolita’s Chatty Casa.

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1 x A5 book

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    Paper

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