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The Times & The Sunday Times
Book Marks: Women suffer to lure readersretirement. Sometimes, however, even the low-level spooks get mixed up in high-
Book Marks: Women suffer to lure readers
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted yesterday
retirement. Sometimes, however, even the low-level spooks get mixed up in high-risk capers and the result is a mixture of Graham Greene and John le Carré - with Ricky Gervais thrown in for comic measure. James Runcie, author of the Grantchester... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Words, Tops, and Asogemost treasured processions is The Ginger Girl and Other Stories by C.V. Pedroch
Words, Tops, and Asoge
Manila Bulletin / Posted 9 days ago
most treasured processions is The Ginger Girl and Other Stories by C.V. Pedroche. He also introduced me to such authors as Graham Greene, Ursula Le Guin, Nick Joaquin, F. Sionil Jose, to name a few. My favorite books are of course the ones written... Read more
10d
The Seattle Times
‘City of Secrets’: a labyrinthine plot in post-WWII Palestinewriters: Raymond Chandler (for the darkness of his Philip Marlowe books and Mar
‘City of Secrets’: a labyrinthine plot in post-WWII Palestine
The Seattle Times / Posted 10 days ago
writers: Raymond Chandler (for the darkness of his Philip Marlowe books and Marlowe’s sense of moral principle), Graham Greene (again, for the ambiguous morality and vivid atmosphere of his spy novels) and Joseph Conrad (for the radical... Read more
11d
Boston Globe
Noirish thriller of post-war Palestine and Jewish undergroundIn this 16th of his diverse novels, Stewart O’Nan produces a work in the exotic
Noirish thriller of post-war Palestine and Jewish underground
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
In this 16th of his diverse novels, Stewart O’Nan produces a work in the exotic historic mode of Graham Greene, with the drier and grittier tone of Raymond Chandler. Greene’s books are evident models. In this novel, the decent-but-tired-man in... Read more
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heraldscotland
Tale of John Lennon's island adventures in running for leading Scottish book awardsInternational Book Festival. Past winners including figures of global literary
Tale of John Lennon's island adventures in running for leading Scottish book awards
heraldscotland / Posted 13 days ago
International Book Festival. Past winners including figures of global literary distinction such as, Angela Carter, Graham Greene, DH Lawrence, Cormac McCarthy, Ian McEwan, Muriel Spark and Evelyn Waugh. Distinguished names appear on the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Jersey trumps Capri on TripAdvisor’s list of best islandson the other hand, offers “something of the mystique that drew writers, perform
Jersey trumps Capri on TripAdvisor’s list of best islands
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
on the other hand, offers “something of the mystique that drew writers, performers and eccentrics as diverse as Graham Greene, Gracie Fields and Maxim Gorky to live here”, according to Telegraph Travel destination expert Gill... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Want to write a novel? First Novel Awards finalists say it's better with age58, on the phone from Vancouver. “I couldn’t think of writing a novel – it just
Want to write a novel? First Novel Awards finalists say it's better with age
The Globe and Mail / Posted 16 days ago
58, on the phone from Vancouver. “I couldn’t think of writing a novel – it just seemed something that was beyond me. “Graham Greene has this thing about how a writer’s experiences have to be composted before they can be written,” he adds. “I... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
New plans for historic Iffley home criticised by neighboursA NEW set of changes to a home once owned by the estranged wife of Graham Green
New plans for historic Iffley home criticised by neighbours
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 20 days ago
A NEW set of changes to a home once owned by the estranged wife of Graham Greene could ruin its historical value and damage the surrounding area, neighbours have warned. The owners of Grove House in Iffley Turn want to build a 6.9m tall garage, car... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New plans for historic Iffley home criticised by neighboursA NEW set of changes to a home once owned by the estranged wife of Graham Green
New plans for historic Iffley home criticised by neighbours
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 days ago
A NEW set of changes to a home once owned by the estranged wife of Graham Greene could ruin its historical value and damage the surrounding area, neighbours have warned. The owners of Grove House in Iffley Turn want to build a 6.9m tall garage, car... Read more
22d
Slate
Meet the D.C. Bartender Who Creates Literary Cocktailsshe develops a new menu of drinks inspired by her recent reading, building expe
Meet the D.C. Bartender Who Creates Literary Cocktails
Slate / Posted 22 days ago
she develops a new menu of drinks inspired by her recent reading, building experiences around the work of authors such as Graham Greene, Italo Calvino, and Ryunosuke Akutagawa. We spoke with Tseng as she was preparing to debut her Lewis... Read more
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The New Statesman
George Osborne reveals he earned over £40,000 last year from shares in his father's companyMy heart sinks. I remember, when this competition was announced, I had half a
George Osborne reveals he earned over £40,000 last year from shares in his father's company
The New Statesman / Posted 22 days ago
My heart sinks. I remember, when this competition was announced, I had half a notion to enter it pseudonymously, just as Graham Greene entered a Graham Greene parody competition in this very magazine (and came second). In the end, I couldn’t be... Read more
22d
The New Statesman
At last, I’ve located the source of all the travails that afflict me: I’m a victim of black magicMy heart sinks. I remember, when this competition was announced, I had half a
At last, I’ve located the source of all the travails that afflict me: I’m a victim of black magic
The New Statesman / Posted 22 days ago
My heart sinks. I remember, when this competition was announced, I had half a notion to enter it pseudonymously, just as Graham Greene entered a Graham Greene parody competition in this very magazine (and came second). In the end, I couldn’t be... Read more
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Evening Standard
All at Sea by Decca Aitkenheadher handling of the tragedy — despite her raw torment — is so clear and so care
All at Sea by Decca Aitkenhead
Evening Standard / Posted 25 days ago
her handling of the tragedy — despite her raw torment — is so clear and so carefully paced, it’s astonishing. It has what Graham Greene called a “splinter of ice”. She talks of developing the ability to “cauterise” pain after her mother’s death... Read more
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5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville
Bentonville Film Festival Announces 2016 Competition Slatethe traditions of her family and her desire to become an actress in early 20th
Bentonville Film Festival Announces 2016 Competition Slate
5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville / Posted 26 days ago
the traditions of her family and her desire to become an actress in early 20th century America. Cast: Q’orianka Kilcher, Graham Greene, Gil Birmingham, Mackenzie Astin, Brigid Brannagh, Cindy Pickett The Mad Ones Director/Screenwriter: Aniruddh... Read more
26d
Boston Globe
Tangled knots in Huntington’s ‘Can You Forgive Her?’of a fully realized human being. We’re asked to believe that a woman who tosses
Tangled knots in Huntington’s ‘Can You Forgive Her?’
Boston Globe / Posted 26 days ago
of a fully realized human being. We’re asked to believe that a woman who tosses off references to Shakespeare and Graham Greene and the Federalist Papers would speak in hardbitten argot and repeatedly refer to her date — Sateesh (Theo... Read more
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5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville
Bentonville Film Festival Announces 2016 Competition Slatethe traditions of her family and her desire to become an actress in early 20th
Bentonville Film Festival Announces 2016 Competition Slate
5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville / Posted 26 days ago
the traditions of her family and her desire to become an actress in early 20th century America. Cast: Q’orianka Kilcher, Graham Greene, Gil Birmingham, Mackenzie Astin, Brigid Brannagh, Cindy Pickett The Mad Ones – Director/Screenwriter:... Read more
26d
express
Why do some still regard Kim Philby as a hero?all – then or even now. In some Left-wing circles, if you spied for the Soviet
Why do some still regard Kim Philby as a hero?
express / Posted 26 days ago
all – then or even now. In some Left-wing circles, if you spied for the Soviets then you couldn’t be all bad. Novelist Graham Greene stuck up for him and wrote: “Who among us has not committed treason to something or someone more important than... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Alex Webb's best photograph: Mexican children playing in a courtyardmalls. The work wasn’t going anywhere; it wasn’t expansive or resonant. So I be
Alex Webb's best photograph: Mexican children playing in a courtyard
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 26 days ago
malls. The work wasn’t going anywhere; it wasn’t expansive or resonant. So I began casting around for a new direction. Graham Greene’s The Lawless Roadspiqued my interest in Mexico. I took this photograph in Tehuantepec, in the south of the... Read more
27d
Op-Ed News
WTF! John McCain Saluting an American Communist?of poor, working people, again borrowing McCain's words, "people who were stran
WTF! John McCain Saluting an American Communist?
Op-Ed News / Posted 27 days ago
of poor, working people, again borrowing McCain's words, "people who were strangers to [me]." As a kid I also read Graham Greene's The Quiet American and (no doubt Graham Greene is rolling in his grave) found the colonial exoticism of... Read more
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Namibia Economist
The unsurprising link between authorship and espionage“CHAMPAGNE, if you are seeking the truth, is better than a lie detector,” Graha
The unsurprising link between authorship and espionage
Namibia Economist / Posted 29 days ago
“CHAMPAGNE, if you are seeking the truth, is better than a lie detector,” Graham Greene (pictured above) wrote in “Ways of Escape” (1980). “It encourages a man to be expansive, even reckless, while lie detectors are only a challenge to tell lies more... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
This day in history, April 3, 20161985, the landmark Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant closed after 56 years in bu
This day in history, April 3, 2016
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 30 days ago
1985, the landmark Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant closed after 56 years in business. In 1991, English novelist Graham Greene died at age 86. In 1996, Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski (kah-ZIHN'-skee) was arrested at his remote Montana... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Today in Historyis 44. Actor Jamie Bamber is 43. Comedian Aries Spears is 41. Actor Matthew Goo
Today in History
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 30 days ago
is 44. Actor Jamie Bamber is 43. Comedian Aries Spears is 41. Actor Matthew Goode is 38. Rock-pop singer Leona Lewis is 31. Thought for Today: "I didn't invent the world I write about -- it's all true." -- Graham Greene, British author (1904-1... Read more
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Boston Globe
This day in history1985, the landmark Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant closed after 56 years in bu
This day in history
Boston Globe / Posted a month ago
1985, the landmark Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant closed after 56 years in business. In 1991, English novelist Graham Greene died at age 86. In 1996, Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski was arrested at his remote Montana cabin. An Air Force... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Today in History1985, the landmark Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant closed after 56 years in bu
Today in History
Berkshire Eagle / Posted a month ago
1985, the landmark Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant closed after 56 years in business. In 1991, English novelist Graham Greene died at age 86. In 1996, Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski (kah-ZIHN'-skee) was arrested at his remote Montana... Read more
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The North West Star
In search of the perfect salad nicoiseyou can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption
In search of the perfect salad nicoise
The North West Star / Posted 1 months ago
you can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption was later exposed by the English novelist Graham Greene, forcing the mayor to flee France in 1990. Four years later Medecin was extradited from Uruguay and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
In search of the perfect salad nicoiseyou can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption
In search of the perfect salad nicoise
Daily Liberal / Posted 1 months ago
you can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption was later exposed by the English novelist Graham Greene, forcing the mayor to flee France in 1990. Four years later Medecin was extradited from Uruguay and... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
In search of the perfect salad nicoiseyou can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption
In search of the perfect salad nicoise
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 1 months ago
you can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption was later exposed by the English novelist Graham Greene, forcing the mayor to flee France in 1990. Four years later Medecin was extradited from Uruguay and... Read more
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The Courier
In search of the perfect salad nicoiseyou can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption
In search of the perfect salad nicoise
The Courier / Posted 1 months ago
you can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption was later exposed by the English novelist Graham Greene, forcing the mayor to flee France in 1990. Four years later Medecin was extradited from Uruguay and... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
In search of the perfect salad nicoiseyou can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption
In search of the perfect salad nicoise
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 1 months ago
you can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption was later exposed by the English novelist Graham Greene, forcing the mayor to flee France in 1990. Four years later Medecin was extradited from Uruguay and... Read more
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The Young Witness
In search of the perfect salad nicoiseyou can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption
In search of the perfect salad nicoise
The Young Witness / Posted 1 months ago
you can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption was later exposed by the English novelist Graham Greene, forcing the mayor to flee France in 1990. Four years later Medecin was extradited from Uruguay and... Read more
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Western Advocate
In search of the perfect salad nicoiseyou can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption
In search of the perfect salad nicoise
Western Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
you can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption was later exposed by the English novelist Graham Greene, forcing the mayor to flee France in 1990. Four years later Medecin was extradited from Uruguay and... Read more
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Kiama Independent
In search of the perfect salad nicoiseyou can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption
In search of the perfect salad nicoise
Kiama Independent / Posted 1 months ago
you can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption was later exposed by the English novelist Graham Greene, forcing the mayor to flee France in 1990. Four years later Medecin was extradited from Uruguay and... Read more
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Manning River Times
In search of the perfect salad nicoiseyou can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption
In search of the perfect salad nicoise
Manning River Times / Posted 1 months ago
you can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption was later exposed by the English novelist Graham Greene, forcing the mayor to flee France in 1990. Four years later Medecin was extradited from Uruguay and... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
In search of the perfect salad nicoiseyou can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption
In search of the perfect salad nicoise
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 1 months ago
you can't afford tuna). That wasn't the end of the story. Medecin's corruption was later exposed by the English novelist Graham Greene, forcing the mayor to flee France in 1990. Four years later Medecin was extradited from Uruguay and... Read more
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