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The Gilgamesh Project - Book III - La Villa Contessa

John Francis Kinsella

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"Book III continues the story of Pat Kennedy as he tests Galenus, a new life extending molecule developed by his firm LifeGen. At the same time, more than 9,000 kilometres away, the Russian, Arkady Demitriev, tries to unravel the secret discovered by Barry Simmonds, a small-time lawyer in Belize City, and explain Simmonds' mysterious meeting with Kennedy in San Sebastian, Spain.

Kennedy, as he recovers from Covid-19, isolates himself in his villa in Beaulieu on the French Riviera, where he plans his future and that of his international banking empire"

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .PAT KENNEDY OPENED HIS EYES, then slowly examined his surroundings, he recognised his room at the Villa Contessa and felt a surge of immense pleasure. A month had passed since he had decided to isolate himself, like many of the very rich, far from the crowds, the stress of meetings and the constant hustle of the City of London. He bounded out of bed, stretched, picked up the remote and zapped open the roller shutters of his large high ceilinged bedroom. The sun streamed in from the southwest, it was another early summer morning. Pat shaded his eyes and admired the magnificent view over the terrace, the Mediterranean sparkled like a silver platter beyond the villa’s luxuriant gardens. He felt good. Life was very good, far from Boris Johnson’s fatuous ‘Let’s get going’ Britain. What had been planned as a rest in Beaulieu-sur-mer was now becoming a habit. He had little desire to return to London, even less Hong Kong. He just wated to lay back, admire the colours and breath . . . Read More