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HERE'S a peek into the passions of forensic crime novelist Patricia Cornwell, as observed by DIANE SCARPONI.
BROADSIDES: THE AGE OF FIGHTING SAIL, 1775-1815 and COCHRANE: BRITANNIA#8217;S SEA WOLF - Reviews by DZIRHAN MAHADZIR
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad paid tribute to the country#8217;s first woman Cabinet member, Tan Sri Fatimah Hashim, saying that her work in politics had opened #8220;floodgates#8221; and created new opportunities for Umno to gather support from Malaysian women.
BRITISH novelist and book reviewer PHILIP HENSHER fears that a new film, which has just won two Golden Globes, will boost the author#8217;s unwarranted literary esteem.
When Tom Bower came up the drive with a file of awkward questions about carve-ups in the global transfer market, a number of directors, agents and even managers must have dived behind the sofa. Bower is one of Britain#8217;s foremost investigative journalists and is not the sort to settle for #8220;no comment#8221;.
Tunku Halim has been billed Malaysia#8217;s Stephen King and it#8217;s easy to see why.