Sarah's Key


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 Tatiana de Rosnay was born on September 28th, 1961 in the suburbs of Paris. She is of English, French and Russian descent.  Her father is French scientist Joël de Rosnay, her grandfather was painter Gaëtan de Rosnay.  Tatiana’s paternal great-grandmother was Russian actress Natalia Rachewskïa, director of the Leningrad Pushkin Theatre from 1925 to 1949.  Tatiana’s mother is English, Stella Jebb, daughter of diplomat Gladwyn Jebb, and  great-great-granddaughter of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the British engineer. Tatiana is also the niece of historian Hugh Thomas.  Tatiana was raised in Paris and then in Boston, when her father taught at MIT in the 70’s. She moved to England in the early 80’s and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in English literature at the University of East Anglia, in Norwich. Returning to Paris in 1984, Tatiana became press attaché for Christie’s and then Paris Editor for Vanity Fair magazine till 1993. Since 1992, Tatiana has published ten novels in France (published at Fayard, Plon and EHO).  Sarah’s Key is her first novel written in her mother tongue, English. Sarah’s Key is to be published in 38 countries and has sold over three million copies worldwide. Kristin Scott-Thomas stars in the movie adaptation by Gilles Paquet-Brenner (2010).  
Tatiana published "A Secret Kept" in September 2010 in the USA. Called "Boomerang" in Europe, this book, written in English, is also an international besteller  published in 15 countries and movie rights have been sold.
Tatiana works as a journalist for French ELLE and the Journal du Dimanche.  She is married and has two children. She lives in Paris with her family. She is France's number one European writer, at number three between Dan Brown and Stephenie Meyer.


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