After spending two years in Tehran, French journalist Armin Arefi has fallen in love with Iran, a country caught between traditions and modernity. His book “Lace and Tchador, Life in the Iran of the Mullahs” sheds light on the Iranian paradox.
French consul in Columbia Noël Saez negotiated after 2002 on behalf of the French government for the release of Ingrid Betancourt from FARC captivity. His new book “L’émissaire” takes a closer look at the woman and her release.
With over 70 films to his credit, French screen writing legend and author Jean-Claude Carrière is currently lending his profile to the “Salon du livre” in Paris. His new book “Dictionnaire amoureux du Mexique” has just been released.