Vivianne Perret is a historian, writer, screenwriter and columnist on RCF… and especially an insatiable reader! Polyglot, she first went around the world and lived abroad for a long time before resting her suitcases in France and taking up the pen. Fascinated by the wings of History, she is specialist of the United States of America (XIX and early XXth centuries). She is expert on the mythical figure of Buffalo Bill and the Lakota Indians. She has even pushed her passion for the plains Indians to learn the Sioux… With the series “Houdini, magician & detective”, mixing skillfully fiction and History, she continues to explore her penchant for America and the extraordinary personalities.
: A Fatal Inversion, by Ruth Rendell.
: The Usual Suspects, directed by Bryan Singer.
: Arnaldur Indridason.