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Cha Li and the Japanese Secret Weapon by John Bown

Cha Li and the Japanese Secret Weapon

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Cha Li and the Japanese Secret Weapon by John Bown

A fairy story for grown-ups in which Prince Charles renounces his right to the throne and becomes active in the political life of the nation. With her Majesty, as well as both Diana and Camilla playing full active roles, our author proceeds to take the abdicated prince on a Zen Buddhist trip of self discovery.

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Publication date

31st August 2011


John Bown

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Austin Macauley Publishers


149 pages


Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)



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