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David MacKinnon

Biography

David MacKinnon

David MacKinnon is a lawyer by training, member of both the British Columbia and Quebec law societies. He has five university degrees, including two law degrees and two degrees from Université de Paris IV-Sorbonne. He studied history, law, languages and philosophy at the universities of British Columbia, Louvain (Belgium), Sorbonne (Paris), Laval (Québec) and Ottawa. He has worked in oilfields, factories and warehouses, morgues and operating rooms, lumberyards, shipyards, construction sites and in the courtroom as a trial lawyer. For the better part of 25 years, he lived and worked in France and Quebec. He has written eight novels.

David MacKinnon

Books by David MacKinnon

by David MacKinnon - Fiction

Franck Robinson --- forty-something, chaser of skirts (usually the low-end sidewalk variety) --- combs the streets of Paris in search of Sheba, whom he imagines to be the ultimate Parisian whore. Franck drifts from bordello to bar, and ultimately finds himself trapped by his own demons of alcohol and a fatal attraction.