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David Ignatius in conversation with Author Robert Harris
On Monday, January 22, Washington Post Columnist David Ignatius sat down with author Robert Harris to discuss his latest book, “Munich,” which has already achieved best seller status in the United Kingdom and was released in the United States on January 16. The two best-selling authors discussed their works, the geopolitical scene and how historical fiction often mirrors our turbulent times. Harris, a former journalist, is the author of 12 best-selling novels, including “Fatherland,” “Pompeii” and “An Officer and a Spy.” His books have been translated into more than three dozen languages and several have been turned into films.
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