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  • In that in a previous book, in fact, in Drums of Autumn, Roger and Brianna, in the present time, find a newspaper clipping stating that there's been a fire on Fraser's Ridge and that everyone in the house has perished, you know, both Claire and Jamie.

    Matthew Peterson interviews Diana Gabaldon

  • The Guardian reported that News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks, then editor of the Sun, had contacted the Browns before publication to say that the paper had details from Fraser's medical file.

    New allegations besiege Murdoch empire

  • Fraser's mother, Sarah, tweeted her reaction about the revelations Monday: "So sad to learn all I am about my family's privacy — it is very personal and really hurtful if all true."

    For Murdoch's empire, a scandal of its own

  • The Sun broke the story of Fraser's illness soon after he was born in 2006.

    New allegations besiege Murdoch empire

  • I think the moviemakers just stole footage, much to Brendan Fraser's dismay, from The Mummy and called it a night.

    Rocking the Weezer hat in Magician’s Quest Mysterious Times

  • John Fraser's new work at Roy Boyd is more beautiful than the last body of work which I thought was as good as it can get.

    Paul Klein: Art Rules

  • Act, and said Fraser's story "just didn't jive with history."

    Michael Allan Fraser

  • Attorney's Office has filed a motion to revoke Fraser's probation.

    Michael Allan Fraser

  • Aside from harsher sentences, Sterner said the military could avoid crimes such as Fraser's by developing a searchable database that records the awards military personnel have received.

    Michael Allan Fraser

  • Committing any crime is in direct violation of Fraser's probation.

    Michael Allan Fraser

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