Life of Fiction
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Life of Fiction

Follow the Money

how the luckiest guy on the planet got away with the loot just a second before his newspaper company collapsed


In ancient Greece there was an official called the “Remembrancer.” His job was to remind people of what they would have liked to forget. Usually he told them unpleasant tales of hubris and greed. Now that I’ve hit the age of 70, I like to think that’s…




A collection of short stories about the people I‘ve met along the way. Some you will recognize, like George Harrison and Muhammad Ali, others you have no reason to know. No matter, behind every life is a story. Best enjoyed with a glass of fine Spanish red…

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Peter Winter

Peter Winter

Kiwi, born under the mountain, adopted by the USA. I tell my stories here at peter-winters-life-of-fiction. I sometimes write commentary, too. Then I go sailing

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