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Belle famille, by Arthur Dreyfuss has won the French Orange Book Award

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Belle famille, by Arthur Dreyfuss has won the French Orange Book Award

Post by Guest on 30.05.12 20:06

Belle famille, by Arthur Dreyfus has won the French Orange Book Award for best fiction. His novel was inspired by the Madeleine McCann Case.

http://prix-orange-du-livre.event.orange.fr/actualites/la%20vie%20du%20Prix/Découvrez%20le%20lauréat%20du%20Prix%20Orange%20du%20Livre%202012-214.html
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Re: Belle famille, by Arthur Dreyfuss has won the French Orange Book Award

Post by friedtomatoes on 30.05.12 20:08

lol!

congrats!!! pop2

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Re: Belle famille, by Arthur Dreyfuss has won the French Orange Book Award

Post by rainbow-fairy on 06.06.12 18:20

Couldn't have been won by a worthier book. Well done.

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Post by jd on 06.06.12 18:57

@rainbow-fairy wrote:Couldn't have been won by a worthier book. Well done.

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Post by anil39200 on 06.06.12 21:39

Vive la France! Well done M.Dreyfus. It is so sad that the country of my birth, Great Britain seems to have been hijacked by the corrupt and the evil. Clearly the reach of this sad saga and its central cast has not crossed the Manche. Perhaps someone in this country will find a way to follow this author's lead.

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Post by Ashwarya on 06.06.12 22:20

I bought the book ages ago and am reading it (rather slowly as I have to look up quite a few words) but I can tell it is very well written and very entertaining to those of us who have been following the case. Maybe now it has won this prestigious prize it will be translated into English, and that will take the pressure off my brain. If that happens it should cause a few flurries at Carter Ruck - they seem to have ignored it up to now.
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Re: Belle famille, by Arthur Dreyfuss has won the French Orange Book Award

Post by aiyoyo on 06.06.12 23:20

So long as Madeleine and mccanns names are not mentioned as characters the mccanns would be stupid to CR it.
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