A writer who had France wrapped around his neck left us.
The author of the Dictionary in love with France said never to take the same path, for fear of passing by a steeple, a valley or a small winding street. A distinguished member of L'École de Brive, alongside Claude Michelet and Michel Peyramaure, Denis Tillinac wrote magnificent regional novels. De Family homes to Corneille Street, he had carried his pen through strong and sometimes nostalgic stories, always passionate and committed.
One time at the head of the editions of La Table Ronde, Denis Tillinac was also a journalist and member of the Thomas More Institute, a centre of reflection and European influence.