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Tana French

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Faithful Place by Tana French

Third book in French's "Dublin Murder Squad" series. I’m Jim McKeown, welcome to Likely Stories, a weekly review of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. Tana French is a New York Times best-selling author of two earlier “Dublin Murder Squad” series. Faithful Place is her third. She grew up in Ireland, Italy, Malawi, and the US. She also trained as an actor at Trinity College, Dublin, where she currently lives.
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Likely Stories -- Broken Harbor by Tana French

Suspenseful story of a great detective. I’m Jim McKeown, welcome to Likely Stories, a weekly review of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. Tana French is one of the most talented crime writers today. She has written seven excellent novels, including Broken Harbor. Tana also has a handful of awards including the Irish Book Award for crime fiction. She lives in Dublin with her family.
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Likely Stories - Broken Harbor by Tana French

Suspenseful story of a great detective. I’m Jim McKeown, welcome to Likely Stories, a weekly review of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. Tana French is one of the most talented crime writers today. She has written seven excellent novels, including Broken Harbor. Tana also has a handful of awards including the Irish Book Award for crime fiction. She lives in Dublin with her family.
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Tana French

Just finished “in the woods” Her debut novel. Loved her writing style but hated the ending like it seems most do. Anyone read the rest of her Dublin murder squad books and have any opinions on if they’re worth the read or not?. Reply. Replies (1) Wisconsin...
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Financial Times

Tana French: ‘I love the small, odd things that were part of people’s daily lives’

Get a shot of inspiration with the FT Weekend bulletin - the best in life, arts and culture. Delivered every Saturday morning. It might have started when I was about five, digging in our back garden. The hole was knee-deep when I found a smooth, teardrop-shaped piece of emerald-green glass at the bottom. I remember rubbing it on my shorts to get the mud off and staring at the thing, enthralled. I had no idea what it was – in the end I decided it was probably an arrowhead. (It’s definitely not an arrowhead.) That didn’t even really matter much to me, though. The part that fascinated me was that it had belonged to someone else, someone who had stood where I was standing and who was gone now, someone who would always be a mystery to me, because I had no way of connecting to them – except through this unexpected little thing in my hand.
Literary Hub

Tana French on James Baldwin, Watership Down, and Hating Hawthorne

Welcome to the Book Marks Questionnaire, where we ask authors questions about the books that have shaped them. This week, we spoke to the author of The Searcher (out this week in paperback), Tana French. *. Book Marks: First book you remember loving?. Tana French: The Children of Green Knowe...
Minneapolis Star Tribune

Readers recommend books: 'The Searcher,' by Tana French

"The Searcher," by Tana French, is set in present-day Ireland. A Chicago cop takes an early retirement from the force and buys a little rundown house in a small Irish village. His intention is to fix up the house, have a beer on his back step and live a quiet life.
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