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PEOPLE FORSYTH NOVEL
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July 27, 2006
British novelist Frederick Forsyth makes a face during an interview with Reuters at his home near Hertford,...
Hertford, United Kingdom
British novelist Frederick Forsyth makes a face during an interview with Reuters at his home near Hertford...
British novelist Frederick Forsyth makes a face during an interview with Reuters at his home near Hertford, England, July 26, 2006. Since the end of the Cold War thriller writers have been searching for a theme to replace it, and novelist Frederick Forsyth believes they may have found it in global terrorism. Picture taken July 26, 2006. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN)
PEOPLE FORSYTH NOVEL
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July 27, 2006
British novelist Frederick Forsyth smiles during an interview with Reuters at his home near Hertford,...
Hertford, United Kingdom
British novelist Frederick Forsyth smiles during an interview with Reuters at his home near Hertford
British novelist Frederick Forsyth smiles during an interview with Reuters at his home near Hertford, England, July 26, 2006. Since the end of the Cold War thriller writers have been searching for a theme to replace it, and novelist Frederick Forsyth believes they may have found it in global terrorism. Picture taken July 26, 2006. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN)
IRAQ BLAIR IMPEACHMENT
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November 24, 2004
Spy author Frederick Forsyth attends a news conference in London, after 23 members of parliament backed...
London, UK
Spy author Forsyth attends a news conference in London on motion to impeach Prime Minister Tony Blair....
Spy author Frederick Forsyth attends a news conference in London, after 23 members of parliament backed a motion to impeach Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, November 24, 2004. Parliamentarians and celebrity campaigners revived the furore over the justification Blair gave for the Iraq war on Wednesday, tabling a motion that seeks to impeach him for "gross misconduct". The impeachment bid is the first one to be laid down in Britain since the mid-19th century. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/ASA/MD
IRAQ BLAIR IMPEACHMENT
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November 24, 2004
Leader of the SNP Salmond and authors Forsyth and Banks attend a news conference in London on motion...
London, UK
Leader of the SNP Salmond and authors Forsyth and Banks attend a news conference in London on motion...
Leader of the SNP Salmond and authors Forsyth and Banks attend a news conference in London on motion to impeach PM Blair. Leader of the Scottish National Party, Alex Salmond (4th R), spy novelist Frederick Forsyth (R) and author Iain Banks (2nd R back) stand with other unidentified MPs and celebrities at a news conference in London, after 23 members of parliament backed a motion to impeach Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair, November 24, 2004. Parliamentarians and celebrity campaigners revived the furore over the justification Blair gave for the Iraq war on Wednesday, tabling a motion that seeks to impeach him for "gross misconduct". The impeachment bid is the first one to be laid down in Britain since the mid-19th century. REUTERS/Stephen Hird
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