Franz-Olivier Giesbert

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Franz-Olivier Giesbert
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FOG in 2012
Born (1949-01-18) January 18, 1949 (age 68)
Wilmington, Delaware, US
Occupation Journalist

Franz-Olivier Giesbert (born January 18, 1949 in Wilmington, Delaware) is a French journalist and author.[1] He worked for Le Figaro from 1988 to 2000 and Le Point starting in 2000.[citation needed] In 2013, he wrote the scenario of a documentary about his relationship with the former president, Nicolas Sarkozy, secrets d’une présidence.[2][3]

Novels[edit]

  • La cuisinière d'Himmler, 2013, éditions Gallimard
  • Dieu, ma mère et moi, 2012, éditions Gallimard
  • Un très grand amour, 2010, éditions Gallimard (Prix Alain Duménil)
  • Le lessiveur, 2009
  • Le Huitième Prophète, 2008, éditions Gallimard
  • L'Immortel, 2007
  • L’Américain, 2004
  • L’Abatteur, 2003
  • Mort d’un Berger, 2002
  • Le Sieur Dieu, 1998
  • La Souille, 1995 (Prix Interallié)
  • L'Affreux, 1992 (Grand Prix Du Roman De l'Académie française)
  • Monsieur Adrien, 1982

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