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Psychological suspense is firmly ingrained into the DNA of Nicci French, pseudonym for the extraordinary literary partnership of journalists Nicci Gerrard and Sean French, the married couple whose twenty-three novels include the bestselling Frieda Klein series.
17 hours ago - Burnley Express - Entertainment- Comments (0)
Taiwan should be called a country, a senior French senator said on Friday during a visit to Taipei, doubling down on earlier comments that have angered Beijing, which views the island as one of its provinces,
1 week ago - Reuters on MSN.com - World- Comments (0)
Chris Selley: Habs' controversy raises a basic question — what are land acknowledgments really for? star_border
Generally speaking, land acknowledgments are a touchier subject among Quebec nationalists than among other Canadians. Regardless of who inhabited the St. Lawrence Valley before Champlain and Maisonneuve showed up,
1 day ago - National Post - Politics- Comments (0)
Tony Abbott's divisive appearance and comments in Taiwan this week have been quickly overshadowed by remarks China claims are a major violation. Find out more.
1 week ago - Yahoo News Australia - Politics- Comments (0)
Surely, one shouldn’t be blamed for imagining Paris to be just like London but with French people? They have Pret and tea and baked beans and all the creature comforts of Oxford living and, being a firm believer that people are the same no matter where you go,
2 days ago - Cherwell Online - World- Comments (0)
A New History of Humanity is thus bittersweet, at once a final, unexpected gift and a reminder of what might have been. In his foreword, Graeber’s co-author, David Wengrow, an archaeologist at University College London,
2 days ago - The Atlantic - ScienceAndTechnology- Comments (0)
Eric Zemmour believes that no political party is currently capable of “expressing the just wrath and anxiety of the French people.”
5 days ago - Fair Observer- Comments (0)
Conservative ideologues have dismissed the French Revolution as an unnecessary bloodbath. But a fresh look at the Revolution shows us its vital relevance to contemporary political issues, from demands for economic equality to the struggle against racism.
2 weeks ago - Jacobin - World- Comments (0)
Getting out and about. I was recently at a county fair in Ohio, where I met two brothers selling French waffles at a stand that had belonged to their parents and grandparents. Both brothers had real jobs during the winter and the weekdays.
3 days ago - YAHOO!News - Politics- Comments (0)
It’s about the postliberal American right and its (our) interest in Viktor Orban’s Hungary. Zerofsky interviewed me in early May, I think it was, in Budapest, for the piece. I did not imagine that it was going to be so centered on me,
1 day ago - The American Conservative - Politics- Comments (0)