The Man Who Would Not Die

Alchemist, Composer, Lover and Spy, Count Saint-Germain is a man of mystery who NEVER appears to age. Unlike Monte Cristo, his true identity is forever unknown. The source of his great wealth is never discovered. The secret of his longevity remains a tantalizing mystery. From Paris to Tibet, explore his many adventures in this riveting 18th century novel that spans the globe. More

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About Paul Andrews

Paul Andrews wrote his first novel in graduate school on a manual typewriter. It never saw the light of day, but sparked a passion for writing fiction that has lasted to this day. He has been creating novels, novellas and short stories for over twenty years. Though his heart lies with historical thrillers & mysteries, he also dabbles in science fiction, romance and even the paranormal. While "The Man Who Would Not Die" was first novel, he has many other stories to share. Paul has a graduate degree from Rutgers University and spent many successful years in his 'day job' as a R&D project manager. After working for a time in the ivory towers of Manhattan and Washington D.C, he slowly migrated south to warmer climes and a slower pace of life. He now works, lives and writes in North Carolina with his wife, their two children, and two cats.

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