Chris said, "Not a fucking thing."
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I also labored for more than three years on Lucky In Cyprus - about my experiences as a CIA brat during the height of the Cold War. There were many other books - over thirty at last count.
During our years together Chris and I sold more than 150 screenplays, and published 16 novels together, amounting to many millions of words.
And, as Chris said more than once: "That's a fuck of a lot of dead trees, Cole."
### A final note from Allan: Chris died in Illwaco on July 4, 2005. We had been friends since out senior year in high school, and writing partners for nearly twenty. His sister, Kathryn, and I have been married for nearly thirty nine years. We were wed in 1979 - the year Chris and I broke into Hollywood. ###
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- "... (Reading) Lucky In Cyprus has been a humbling, haunting, sobering and enlightening experience..." - J.A. Locke, Bookloons.com
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