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Pierre Lemaitre

Biography

Pierre Lemaitre was born in1951 in Paris. He studied psychology and then taught French and US literature for a long time before taking up writing. He won a prize for his first novel and since then has written mainly thrillers, particularly the Camille Verhoeven series. He won the Goncourt Prize for Au revoir là-haut (The Great Swindle), a novel set during and after World War I. Currently, only one of his books is available in English translation but several are in the process of being translated.

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Bibliography

2006 Travail soigné (Irène) (novel)
2009 Robe de marié (novel)
2010 Cadres noirs (novel)
2011 Alex (Alex) (novel)
2012 Sacrifices (Camille) (novel)
2013 Au revoir là-haut (The Great Swindle) (novel)
2013 Rosy & John (novel)
2018 Couleurs de l’incendie (novel)