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Tatiana de Rosnay

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"The Rain Watcher"
Saint Martins Press USA
October 2018

"Sentinelle de la Pluie"
Editions Héloise d'Ormesson
and in Norway, Holland, Sweden and Germany.

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TATIANA DE ROSNAY was born in the suburbs of Paris and is of English, French and Russian descent. She is the author of 8 French novels. Tatiana de Rosnay is married and has two children. She lives in Paris with her family.

She is the author of several novels, Sarah's Key, A Secret Kept (Boomerang) and The House I Loved (Rose) The Other Story (A L'Encre Russe) and "Manderley Forever',
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Sarah's Key

4.16 avg rating — 414,997 ratings — published 2006 — 139 editions
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A Secret Kept

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The House I Loved

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The Other Story

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A Paris Affair

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The Rain Watcher

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Manderley Forever

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Het appartement

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Moka

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Le Cœur d'une autre

3.71 avg rating — 271 ratings — published 1998 — 4 editions
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"I received this book from St. Martin's Press as an Advance Reading Copy (ARC) in exchange for an honest review.

This book consists of 11 short stories about people having affairs.

The first story "Hotel Room" (and my favorite) is about a man who has b" Read more of this review »
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“When would he realize that it wasn't his infidelity I couldn't bear, but his cowardice?”
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Sarah's Key Sarah's Key by Tatiana de Rosnay by Tatiana de Rosnay
Paris, July 1942: Sarah, a ten year-old girl, is brutally arrested with her family by the French police in the Vel' d'Hiv' roundup, but not before she locks her younger brother in a cupboard in the family's apartment, thinking that she will be back within a few hours.
 
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“When would he realize that it wasn't his infidelity I couldn't bear, but his cowardice?”
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Literary  Chanteuse Thank you for accepting! You're writing is wonderful and look forward to reading more of your books!


message 14: by Pamela

Pamela Good Morning Tatiana...Thanks for accepting my friend request.


message 13: by Jeannie

Jeannie Faulkner Barber Thanks so much Tatiana for adding me as a friend. I'm now a fan!
Blessings,
Jeannie


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Saleh Hi.What We Talk About When We Talk About Love?PLZ Answer The Question In My Profile.


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William Tatiana
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Andrea Kulman Hi there. Thank you for being a friend on Good Reads! I wish you the best of luck with your tour in November. Take care, friend.


Heather Thank you for the add! :-) I absolutely loved Sarah's Key.


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Ilyn Ross Dear Tatiana,

Thank you for being my friend. Good fortune on your books.

Please visit these groups when you have a chance: “Happy & Brainy Group” and “To the Glory of Man”.

Have fun. Best regards.



Jeremy I want to apologize for the all the recommendations from me today. I wanted to share the Stoker Award news, and I only pressed the send button once--I'm not sure what happened.

Argh...this is terrible...

Again, I'm very sorry.

-Jeremy


Daniel
Tatiana, I've added your books Sara's Key, Le ceur d'une autre, L' Appartement temoin, Le Voisin and La Memoire des murs to my to-read list.


Tatiana Rosnay merci !
:)
TR


Anthony Exciting interview!

Cheers,
Anthony


Jeremy Thanks for the friendship, Tatiana!

Here’s wishing you a nifty new 2008 filled with noiseless noses, neato nicknames, noble Nebraskans, gnarly narcoleptic nebulas, and novel novels about nut-eating narwhals and novercaphobic gnats.

I thought I'd let you know that my novel “Vacation” has been nominated for the best Horror Novel of 2007 in the Preditors & Editors Readers' Poll. So far it's ranked 4th.

In case you're interested in voting, feel free to visit the website here:
http://www.critters.org/predpoll/nove...

Thanks again!

-Jeremy :)

PS—if you do decide to vote, you should know that you need to validate the vote by clicking on the validation link in the email they send you.


Tatiana Rosnay Merci T ! :)


Teresa Lovely to see you in the above interview - I just about managed to keep up with it all even though I'm a bit out of practice. Tx


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