“The best years of our lives” In the 60s, Jim Goldsborough was the star Paris reporter for the Paris Herald-Tribune (later to be the International Herald Tribune and the International New York Times). He recently published The Paris Herald, a roman à clef mined from his exciting days at the Herald. It was a yeasty time… Continue reading Jim Goldsborough author interview: “The Paris Herald”
For me, The Paris Herald (*****) was like a thrilling ride in a time machine. It covers in detail the desperate time in the late 60s when the New York Herald Tribune failed, threatening its Paris satellite with extinction or (even worse in the eyes of the ink-stained wretches who worked there), a takeover by… Continue reading [Review] The Paris Herald – a novel that’s catnip for journalism or Paris junkies. Highly recommended.
I’ve just learned that my Paris novel Treasure of Saint-Lazare has been chosen as a finalist in two categories of the Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Contest – Historical Mysteries and General Thrillers. Needless to say, I’m really pleased about it. Winners will be announced in early September. Treasure of Saint-Lazare reached No. 25 on the Kindle… Continue reading My Paris novel Treasure of Saint-Lazare honored as finalist in Readers’ Favorite contest
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