Everything about Juliette Benzoni

her biography, her bibliography and so much more …

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We are so sad to announce that our beloved author
Juliette passed away
the 7th of February 2016.
She was 95 and left us a stupendous bibliography of 86 books.
She will be missed so much.

Welcome oddelovagotika

y.pngou will see here articles about all the books of the great French auther of historical novels who has been translated in OVER NOW 22 different tongues … so to please all her foreign readers, I have done a site where you will read “Everything about Juliette Benzoni” : her books, a biography and so much more ….

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list biography1 proust portraits1 interveiws  press1 genesis2 meetings updates1

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 stories novels1 series1 country1

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a.png French fan of her … who has some modest abilities in English and so wants to share all that with you, her foreign readers ! (So please forgive me if my translations from french are not perfect but still understandable, I guess  - no,  I am sure !)

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All texts, créations, photos and press articles are the exclusive property of Frédérique/JouJou from the official bibliography of Juliette Benzoni “bibliojuliettebenzoni” (shared most of the time with Linda/Mistral from the Catherine de Montsalvy fansite). It is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN to upload anything on any other site, blog and social networks WITHOUT MY PERMISSION .. You can contact me at Page Menu/Contact. Thanks;

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24 Comments »

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  1. PerryJames1939 says:

    Alexandre Dumas, a modele ?
    J. B. : More than that, he is a God for me. It is, besides, because of his influence that most of my books take place in the 17th century. Because the 17th century, it is d’Artagnan.

    Is that an under statement?

  2. julia marie wherlock says:

    Dear Lord, wonderful to find a site for the Grand Dame of French fiction! I started reading the Catherine books way back in 1964 at the age of 13. My friend, Fiona, and I were besotted by Arnaud and Xantrailles and read all the UK translations slavishly. It is thanks to Ms Benzoni that I started to write passionate historical romances. And just the other week made a pilgrimage to Bruges where some of the action in Catherine was set. Last year it was Paris, though I lamented how little of that medieval city still remains. Notre Dame was a joy of nostalgia. My hat off to you, madame.
    Julia Wherlock, Cambridge, England.

    Frédérique : Welcome on my site dedicated to my – our – dear author Juliette Benzoni to a fan from the beginning of her carreer, dear Julia this is a pleasure to have you here and wow, you are an author too!!!!!! I agree about Paris, nothing remains or almost from the medieval period… even the “pont au change” where the Legoix lived in Paris is no longer a medieval bridge but it still exist :D Hope to see you soon online here ;-)

    • julia marie wherlock says:

      Such a shame that after the Catherine & Marianne series, the British publishing world seemed to fall out of love with my beloved French author. She is NEVER seen the british bookshops nowadays. SO sad.

  3. canon says:

    I recently read Catherine And Arnaud and it was rich in detail and was very enjoyable.

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