The House of Journalists

The House of Journalists

Book - 2013
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A fashionable house in a London terrace, the House of Journalists is renowned around the world as a place of refuge for exiled writers who have fallen foul of oppressive regimes. Run by Julian Snowman, successful writer and broadcaster, its fellows include the newspaper editor Mr Stan, a journalist called Mustapha, and Agnes, a young photojournalist. Only one man guards his story: the new fellow, A.A.
Publisher: London : Jonathan Cape, 2013.
ISBN: 9780224097727
0224097725
Characteristics: 353 p. ; 24 cm.

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Wong_Anne
Jun 09, 2015

An organization in London sponsors a safe house for persecuted, international journalists. The premise sounded interesting – the book was not.

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