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Looking back: Aug. 20

Laredo Morning Times - 19 Aug 2018
1940: During World War II, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill paid tribute to the Royal Air Force before the House of Commons, saying, “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.” Exiled Communist revolutionary ...
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Solid twists keep plot churning in 'Prisoner in the Castle'

Santa Maria Times - 06 Aug 2018
MacNeal honors that classic mystery, but does not make "The Prisoner in the Castle" a copycat novel. As in her other novels, MacNeal puts a fictional spin on real WWII events. "The Prisoner in the Castle" is based on a similar facility for at-risk SOE ...
winston churchill (novelist)

Otis Gardner: Mysteries beyond reason

Kinston Free Press - 18 Aug 2018
I love a good mystery. In fact, I'm almost finishing Daniel Silva's most recent book, “The Other Woman” which like his other seventeen in this series, is a spy thriller set in today's world and dripping with authenticity. It's one of those books that I ...
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Star names raise a stink

The Times - 17 Aug 2018
Kate Mosse, the novelist, has highlighted the problem of almost sharing her name with the world-famous supermodel. She was recently lunching at a high-end restaurant with her American agent. When they arrived for the booking the place was ...
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Love and the end of empire

The Economist - 02 Aug 2018
Winston Churchill's wartime government drew heavily on economic and military help from India but he bitterly resisted its freedom. His peacetime successors oversaw a rushed end to imperial rule. These rulers and liberators appear in ...
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Edmund Romilly obituary

The Times - 22 Jul 2018
He was a great-nephew of Winston Churchill and a great-great-great grandson of Sir Samuel Romilly, the abolitionist and law reformer. His father was a journalist and author who was imprisoned by the Nazis in Colditz Castle. Despite Colditz having a ...
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Treasures: True to type

Independent.ie - 17 Aug 2018
Ian Fleming, author of the James Bond novels, had a golden typewriter. Not solid gold ...
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Books on Anne of Green Gables, Bob Dylan & Winston Churchill

NorthBayNipissing.com (blog) - 23 Jul 2018
Some of the photographs were taken by Maud Montgomery. There are also references to her journals and scrapbooks. The Landscapes of Anne of Green Gables is a nice tribute to Lucy Maud Montgomery and the island she immortalized in her novels.
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101 books Millennials must read before they die

MercatorNet - 22 Jul 2018
Graham Greene, the English novelist who was always a candidate for the Nobel Prize in Literature but who never quite made it, wrote a number of what he called “entertainments” – crime and spy novels. ...
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'A lot of MPs have offered me seats,' says Anwar

Free Malaysia Today - 17 Aug 2018
During the meeting, Anwar said the issue of the Malay language was also brought up by several Malay novelists. He said they felt some of the MPs needed to brush up on their Malay language to speak politely, adding there were suggestions to give Malay ...
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On this day: July 23

Metro Newspaper UK - 23 Jul 2018
1940: The Local Defence Volunteers were renamed the Home Guard by Winston Churchill. 1949:Brian Close became the youngest Test cricketer (at that time) when he played against New Zealand at Old Trafford. He was 18 years and 149 days old.
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How World War I Changed Literature

History - 26 Apr 2018
Among other prominent works reflecting the horrific realities of war was the four-part tome, Parade's End, by English novelist Ford Madox Ford, and from the Eastern Front, Dr. Zhivago by Soviet Russian writer Boris Pasternak, in which the main ...

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