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Leïla Slimani, a French-Moroccan novelist, was awarded France’s top literary accolade, the Prix Goncourt, on Thursday for her book “Chanson Douce” (“Sweet Song”), a thriller that opens with the killing of two young children by their nanny. Critis are calling it the next ‘Gone Girl’. English version will be released January 9 under the title ‘The Perfect Nanny’. Follow Words of Women on My5ive. If you buy the book through the app we will send you free stickers! Just send us an email with your information. (App link in bio)

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