Charles Exbrayat, born in Saint-Étienne, Loire, France on 5 May 1906, was a French fiction writer. He published over 100 novels and short stories, most of them humorous thrillers. They were very popular and a considerable number were turned into films.While living in Nice with his parents, he was studying to becoming a medical doctor, but then found his true calling as a writer.His debut novel was Aller sans Retour (single fare, no return), written while in Geneva, before going to Paris. He was one of the most famous French authors of the illustrious "le Masque" collection. He wrote a number of novels set in Scotland (Imogene series) and in Italy. His other interests included gourmet food and fine wines.
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