Philippe Djian

Philippe Djian is the renowned author of more than twenty novels, including "Assassins", "Frictions", "Impuretes", and the bestseller "37""2 le matin", published in the United States as "Betty Blue" and adapted for film by Jean-Jacques Beineix. A #1 bestseller in France, "Unforgivable" ("Impardonnables") received the 2009" Prix Jean Freustie", a prize given to a French author for a work in prose. Djian lives in Paris.