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Tatiana de Rosnay

Tatiana de Rosnay

 Tatiana de Rosnay

Tatiana de Rosnay (1961) is a French journalist, writer and screenwriter of English, French and Russian descent. She comes from a renowned family. Her most famous work is Elle s'appelait Sarah, which was adapted into a film. In January 2011, Le Figaro magazine published a ranking of the top ten most read French authors, and this collation positioned de Rosnay at fifth.

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French : CDs/audiobooks


121585 Elle s'appelait Sarah, lu par Odile Cohen (1 CD MP3) £18.95 +VAT

French : Short Stories

005067 Café Lowendal & autres nouvelles £10.95  

French : Popular Fiction

101076 A l'encre russe £11.75  
363762 Boomerang £10.95  
344628 Elle s'appelait Sarah £10.95  
074776 L'appartement témoin £9.55  
401956 La mémoire des murs £9.95  
008442 Le coeur d'une autre £9.95  
354059 Moka £10.75  
077739 Partition amoureuse £10.75  
009587 Rose £10.75  
142881 Son carnet rouge £10.75  
079783 Spirales £9.95  
007528 Voisin £10.75  

French : Thrillers/detective Stories

070002 Souviens-toi de demain £17.95  

French : Biography, Memoirs

078605 Manderley for ever £24.75  
148859 Manderley for ever £11.75  
056195 Manderley Forever : The Life of Daphne du Maurier £18.99  

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