Les filles de l'Allemand | The German's Daughters

Les filles de l'Allemand | The German's Daughters

by Annie-Claude Thériault
  • debut
  • french-from-quebec
  • historical
  • literary

A little girl who’s fallen down a well. A mother swept out to sea. A farmer’s daughter sold to a travelling circus. A German U-Boot in Chaleur Bay, awaiting a daring POW escape...

Following in the storytelling tradition of bestselling author Eric Dupont, Annie-Claude Thériault’s sweeping family saga takes the reader from New Brunswick and Berlin, New Hampshire, to occupied Paris and beyond, featuring a cast of larger-than-life characters and a whole series of incidents, each more memorable than the last. The German is question is a gruff, mysterious character by the name of Alfred Waldemar von Janowski. The story begins with his wedding in Forks, a tiny hamlet in New Brunswick, Canada, and follows the trials and tribulations of Janowski and his daughters throughout much of the 20th century.


Annie-Claude Thériault, author

Annie-Claude Thériault is the author of Les filles de l’Allemand and Les Foley, two very different family sagas both published in French with Marchand de feuilles. She has won a number of awards, including the Prix littéraire Radio-Canada, and has a master’s in political philosophy as well as a French literature degree. She teaches philosophy in Montreal.

Rights Holder

Rights Holder: Marchand de feuilles

email: marchanddefeuilles@gmail.com

website: https://www.marchanddefeuilles.com

rights available: World

Additional Information

age range: Adult

publication date: 08/03/2016

Original language of pub: Français

Materials Available: finished book

Additional Materials: Translation sample available in English