Sergio Tell was born in Buenos Aires. Having never felt comfortable in any language or country, he changes them both all the time. He currently lives in Australia, not having enough petrol to leave.
Sergio was expelled from kindergarten for attempting to kiss his teacher, and so was not accepted into primary school. In Australia, not finding anyone he wanted to kiss, he managed to graduate university and become a lecturer in drama. He has also been a performer, appearing in "State Coroner," "The Adventures of Lano & Woodley," and "Marshall Law."
Once he got free of schools, and out into the world to “achieve goals,” he learned that the devil is a frequent flyer on this life's journey, and always sits down next to you on the plane. Only smiles and laughter can keep him away; he is allergic to them.
Sergio hopes his stories will help readers smile and laugh, and put their devils to rest.
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China, Please Give Me More (Fungus #3)
(5.00 from 1 review)
In this latest installment of the Fungus series, Melbourne is to host a gigantic celebration of the anniversary of 200 years of rugby. As the celebration nears, China is called upon to remedy shortages of everything from gum to glasses. And on the day of the rugby festival, Zapata and his team will be called upon to investigate a brutal and confusing incident.
Jurassic Prick (Fungus #2)
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
There's trouble in Melbourne again, and Victoria's new assistant police commissioner, Alberto Zapata, is back on the case. A new airline with onboard casinos is sucking money from the people's pockets, and an array of offbeat community groups to take to the streets in protest. Then, under suspicious circumstances, the city's existing casino is trampled to dust by stampeding elephants…
Broom, Broom (Fungus #1)
(4.00 from 3 reviews)
Assistant police commissioner Zapata’s first case on the job is to solve the mystery around the disappearance of jewels belonging to the British Royal Family while on exhibition in Melbourne. Things get stranger and stranger as the case unfolds, in a madcap tale of crime, bungling, and Spanglish, reminiscent of "Get Smart" and "The Pink Panther."
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