22 August 2009 0 Comments

11 arrondissements to go: Cara Black’s Writing Life

Each of Cara Black’s titles takes her computer-security PI Aimee Leduc on the trail of a murder in a different quartier of Paris — Montmartre, Clichy, Bastille. Aren’t those names alone enough to make you want to read them? The latest is Murder in the Latin Quarter, where Aimee tries to trace a Haitian woman […]

22 June 2009 0 Comments

Lecons avec Mademoiselle Joelle

Anyone in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv looking for a French teacher ought to contact my friend Joelle Roubine, a delightful Parisienne who can’t be blamed for my errors of French in the videos on my website but is certainly an excellent and sensitive teacher.

1 June 2009 0 Comments

Everything’s better in Paris

It’s great to hear good news. It’s even better to hear it when you’ve just arrived in Paris. Everything sounds better when you hear it in Paris. Last week I had a few days in the French capital courtesy of my publisher Albin Michel, which brought me over for the release of my third Palestinian […]