Bertrand Cantat Marie Trintignant l amour mort
Samedi 26 juillet 2003. Alors que Marie Trintignant séjourne en Lituanie pour le tournage du téléfilm Colette, une femme libre, une dispute éclate avec l'homme qui partage sa vie depuis 18 mois, le chanteur Bertrand Cantat. Le ton monte, les coups pleuvent. À la quatrième gifle, Marie s'effondre. Le 1er août, transportée à Paris, elle meurt. Le leader du groupe Noir Désir est incarcéré, en Lituanie puis en France. Il est libéré pour bonne conduite en 2007. Pour restituer les faits, Stéphane Bouchet et Frédéric Vézard évoquent la relation quasi fusionnelle du couple, la personnalité de Marie Trintignant et de sa mère, Nadine, et les rebondissements du dossier : la dissolution du groupe, les suicides de Kristina Rady (2010) et d'Olivier Metzner (2013), épouse et avocat de Bertrand Cantat. Ils ont eu accès aux pièces du dossier - comptes rendus d'auditions et interrogatoires des témoins clés -, se sont appuyés sur des témoignages recueillis tant en France qu';en Lituanie - proches, magistrats, avocats... -; ainsi que sur les enquêtes de la police lituanienne et de la brigade criminelle de Paris pour reconstituer l'enchaînement fatal.
The Music of the Stanley Brothers
The Music of the Stanley Brothers brings together forty years of passionate research by scholar and record label owner Gary Reid. A leading authority on Carter and Ralph Stanley, Reid augments his own vast knowledge of their music with interviews, documents ranging from books to folios sold by the brothers at shows, and the words of Ralph Stanley, former band members, guest musicians, session producers, songwriters, and bluegrass experts. The result is a reference that illuminates the Stanleys' art and history. It is all here: dates and locations; the roster of players on well-known and obscure sessions alike; master/matrix and catalog/release numbers, with reissue information; a full discography sorting out the Stanleys' complex recording history; the stories behind the music; and exquisitely informed biographical notes that place events in the context of the brothers' careers and lives. Monumental and indispensable, The Music of the Stanley Brothers provides fans and scholars alike with a guide for immersion in the long career and breathtaking repertoire of two legendary American musicians.
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Book One in the Marseilles Trilogy The father of Mediterranean noir, in Jean-Claude Izzo's novels, Marseilles is explosive, multi-ethnic, breathtakingly beautiful and deadly. Ugo, Manu, and Fabio grew up together on the mean streets of Marseilles where friendship means everything. They promised to stay true to one another and swore that nothing would break their bond. But people and circumstances change. Ugo and Manu have been drawn into the criminal underworld of Europe's toughest, most violent and vibrant city. When Manu is murdered and Ugo returns from abroad to avenge his friend's death, only to be killed himself, it is left to the third in this trio, Detective Fabio Montale, to ensure justice is done. Despite warnings from both his colleagues in law enforcement and his acquaintances in the underworld, Montale cannot forget the promise he once made Manu and Ugo. He's going to find their killer even if it means going too far. Fabio Montale is the perfect protagonist in this city of melancholy beauty. A disenchanted cop with an inimitable talent for living who turns his back on a police force marred by corruption and racism and, in the name of friendship, takes the fight against the mafia into his own hands. From the Trade Paperback edition.
A revealing look at David Bowie, including rarely seen photos, draws on interviews with his lovers, girlfriends, business associates, groupies, and band members to shine a light on the life and career of this hypnotic performer.
The Future of Ideas
The Internet revolution has come. Some say it has gone. In The Future of Ideas, Lawrence Lessig explains how the revolution has produced a counterrevolution of potentially devastating power and effect. Creativity once flourished because the Net protected a commons on which widest range of innovators could experiment. But now, manipulating the law for their own purposes, corporations have established themselves as virtual gatekeepers of the Net while Congress, in the pockets of media magnates, has rewritten copyright and patent laws to stifle creativity and progress. Lessig weaves the history of technology and its relevant laws to make a lucid and accessible case to protect the sanctity of intellectual freedom. He shows how the door to a future of ideas is being shut just as technology is creating extraordinary possibilities that have implications for all of us. Vital, eloquent, judicious and forthright, The Future of Ideas is a call to arms that we can ill afford to ignore. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Haile Gebrselassie The Greatest Runner of All Time
The author of this book has been meeting up with the world's best marathon runner since 2005, following his world record runs at first hand and visiting him several times in Addis Ababa. He has traced his background, traveled the length and breadth of the African highlands, unearthed interesting Ethiopian running stories and with Haile Gebrsealssie's help, got a school project in a remote village off the ground. In this second edition we discover the life story of a wonder runner from his childhood onwards, we relive his two Olympic 10K victories as well as his Berlin Marathon world records. The life story of this exceptional, perennially smiling athlete is packed with training information, personal encounters and impressions from his beloved homeland that he represents all over the world as UNO honorary ambassador.
Kosher sushi, kebab stands, a secondhand bookstore, and a bar: the 19th arrondissement in Paris has all the trappings of a cosmopolitan melting pot--a place where multiethnic citizens live, love, and worship alongside one another. But dark passions are brewing beneath the seemingly idyllic vision of peacefully coexisting ethnicities. Ahmed Taroudant is an archetypal French Arab-non-observant, unable to reconcile his conflicting identities, and troubled by the past. A crime fiction connoisseur, Ahmed is engrossed in his latest book when he finds blood dripping from his upstairs neighbor's apartment. There, Laura Vignole is found brutally murdered, with a joint of pork placed near her body, prompting the obvious conclusion that the killer had religious motives. As the neighborhood erupts into speculation and gossip, Ahmed finds himself first among many suspects. Detectives Rachel Kupferstein and Jean Hamelot attempt to untangle the complex web of events leading up to Laura's death, but truth is hard to come by, with each inhabitant--an Armenian anarchist, a Turkish kebab-shop owner, and a Hasidic Rastafarian--reluctant to reveal anything. Determined to clear his name, Ahmed joins the detectives as they investigate the connection between a disbanded hip-hop group and the fiery extremist preachers clamoring for attention in the streets. Meanwhile, an ecstasy variant called Godzwill is taking the district by storm. In his debut novel, Karim Miské demonstrates a masterful control of setting, as he moves effortlessly between the sensual streets of Paris and the synagogues of New York to reveal the truth behind a horrifying crime.
No Man s Land
In post-war Vietnam, a young, happily married woman finds her life turned upside down when her supposedly long dead first husband arrives in her village and, with the support of Party authorities, attempts to claim her as his own. By the author of Memories of a Pure Spring.