Le bouquet noir - Richard-Lee Byers

Le bouquet noir - Richard-Lee Byers

Le bouquet noir - Richard-Lee Byers

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 · RICHARD LEE BYERS is the author of over twenty-five fantasy and horror novels, including the Forgotten Realms titles Dissolution, The Rage, The Rite, The Ruin, Queen of the Depths, The Black Bouquet, and the upcoming trilogy The Haunted Lands. His short stories have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, and he is a frequent guest at Florida …

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Richard Byers | I'm a professional fantasy and horror writer who spends his leisure time fencing epee and playing poker.

Early life. Beymer was born in Avoca, Iowa, to George Richard Beymer, a printer, and his wife, Eunice (née Goss). He and his family moved in 1940 to Los Angeles.. Acting career Child actor. In 1949 Beymer began acting in television in a Los Angeles TV series for children Sandy Dreams (1949–53). [citation needed] He did it for three years, rehearsing after school during the week …

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