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Fitoussi was born in Tunis, Tunisia.
She is the co-author, along with Malika Oufkir, of Stolen Lives: Twenty Years in a Desert Jail, an expose of the Moroccan penal system. She first met Malika Oufkir in March 1997 eight months after Malika had arrived in France from Morocco. Stolen Lives was selected for Oprah's Book Club in 2001.
- Stolen Lives: Twenty Years in a Desert Jail (by Malika Oufkir)
- Le ras-le-bol des superwomen
- Le dernier qui part ferme la maison
- Un bonheur effroyable
- L'étrangère (by Malika Oufkir)
- Des gens qui s'aiment
- Cinquante centimètres de tissu propre et sec
- Gente que se ama
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