Don’t Point That Thing at Me : The First Charlie Mortdecai Novel
by Kyril Bonfiglioli
Editor: Penguin Books Ltd
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Don’t Point the Thing To Me by Kyril Bonfiglioli – Book 1 of the Mortdecai Trilogy, now, a movie featuring Johnny Depp, the Introduction of the Honourable Charlie Mortdecai, art dealer, aristocrat and assassin, in the first of the Mortdecai novels Corpulent art dealer and seasoned epicurean Charlie Mortdecai enters into possession of a Goya robbery, the disappearance of what is at the origin of a diplomatic reduction between theNot that Charlie’s questionsuntil compromising the photos of some British diplomats also come into his possession and begin to cover their tracksAll he tries to do is make a dishonest living, but the various governments, secret organizations and incredibly desirable young German do not see it that way, and soon he is in great need of his brutal servant Jock to keep them all at bayand the Goya safeFirst published in the 1970s, this hilarious novel is part of Ian Fleming’s part P G WodehouseIt is now a movie starring Johnny Depp in Mortdecai, Ewan McGregor as Jock and Gwyneth Paltrow”Julian Barnes'”A rare mix of humour and unpleasant imagination””You couldn’t snuggle under the duvet with something more malfamous and delicious” Stephen Fry “Jokes are excellent, but most horrible things happenFunny and freezing” Sunday Telegraph Kyril Bonfiglioli was born on the south coast of England in 1928, from an English mother and Italian-Slovenian fatherAfter studying at Oxford and five years in the army, he followed a career as an art dealer, like his eccentric creation Charlie MortdecaiHe lived in Oxford, Lancashire, Ireland and Jersey, where he died in 1985.He wrote four Charlie Mortdecai novels, and a fifth historical Mortdecai novel (about an illustrious ancestor)
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