Why Corsica Should be a Happy Hunting Ground for Authors

Prehistoric menhirs at Filitosa. Corsican culture was forged early on.

I went to a very interesting talk at the Parisot Literary Festival in October 2013 by former journalist and think-tank head Martin Walker. It was about why France is a happy hunting ground for authors. Martin should know: he has written a successful series of novels set in the Dordogne about Bruno, an engaging local policeman.

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