Leila Slimani's Story Begins With Two Murdered Kids and Ends With the Prestigious Goncourt

In her Prix Goncourt-winning 'true crime' novel, French-Moroccan author Leila Slimani takes on the fraught ties between nannies and employers

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In the past 20 years, only two women have won France’s top literary award. The 2009 Prix Goncourt was awarded to the French-Senegalese writer Marie NDiaye. This year, the prize went to Leila Slimani, 35. Born...