Martin Walker





Martin Walker


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January 01, 1947

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Martin Walker is the U.S. bureau chief for The Guardian (London), a regular commentator for CNN, and a columnist for newspapers in the United States, Europe, and Moscow. A published novelist and poet, he lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife, the novelist Julia Watson, and their two daughters.


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I recently had the pleasure of meeting Frances Butcher (centre, below), who claims to be my biggest fan in Australia. We met not far from St Denis, where she gave me the below photo of a Bruno reading evening.

It's always a delight to meet people who love Bruno as much as I do!
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“History's long rhythm of challenges and response, of solutions that breed new crises, is not to be interrupted. But the Cold War left one shining example of human wisdom as a legacy for the future. Fifty years after the first use of atomic weapons, the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki remain unique and poignant shrines to the inspiring fact that they have no successor. The long confrontation of the Cold War, a struggle to the death between two systems for the mastery of human destiny, was managed and resolved without that nuclear war which lurked in the monstrous imminence in silos and submarines around the globe. That was the real victory.”
Martin Walker, The Cold War: A History

“And it was right for those youngsters to know that in a nation like France, no defeat was ever final, no fate was ever foreordained, that even amid the ruins and corpses of defeat, rebirth and recovery and renewal could always come.”
Martin Walker, The Resistance Man

“the outskirts of town, was in an”
Martin Walker, Bruno, Chief of Police: A Novel of the French Countryside



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