Fat Henry’s gang and Chang Wo’s henchmen use their muscle to ensure the outcome of the Paris six day bicycle race, 1938 and to make sure their bets pay off.
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About the Author
Erich von Neff is a San Francisco Longshoreman. He received his masters degree in philosophy from San Francisco State University and was a graduate research student at the University of Dundee Scotland.
Erich von Neff is well known on the French avant-garde and mainstream literary scenes. He is a member of the Poetes Francais and La Societes des Poetes et Artistes de France.
He has had the following publications in France (in French):
Short Stories: 148
Small press books: 4
One grant for "Prostituees au bord de la route" (Prostitutes on the Side of the Road.
Erich von Neff's novel Prostitutees au bord de La Route" (Prostitutes by the Side of the Road) was published by "Cashiers de Nuite" (1999) with a grant
from Centre Regional des Lettres de Basse-Normandie.
Erich von Neff's book of poems Les Putains Cocainomanes" (The Cocaine Whores) was published by Cahiers du Nuit, 1998. Les Putains Cocainomanes was discussed on 96.2 FM, Paris, 1998 by Marie Andre Balbastre, Poem #45 was read.
A Trophée Victor Hugo was awarded to Erich von Neff's novel "Une Lancia rouge Devale Lombard Street”. A tombeau ouvert," (The Red Lancia Roars Down Lombard Street), 1998.