Interviews - Authors

Tom Sancton: The Bettencourt Affair

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Alan Riding

Born in Brazil to British parents, New York Times Bureau chief in Mexico City, Rio de Janiero, Madrid and later Paris Alan Riding has been interpreting foreign affairs and culture for over 40 years. His works on Opera and Shakespeare are accessible texts for the novice and aficionado alike.

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James Atlas

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The Dryanskys

Childhood sweethearts in Queens , Gerry and Joanne have been in love with Paris and each other for a long time. Their latest book Coquilles, Calva & Crème is an homage to the life and love they have shared in France.

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Thomas Sanchez

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Eric Lax

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Justin Spring and THE GOURMANDS' WAY

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Edgar Feuchtwanger

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