Books by Tessa De Loo

A BED IN HEAVEN by Tessa De Loo
Released: Feb. 1, 2003

"A consummate dramatization of the impenetrable mysteriousness of other people's lives: convincing proof that de Loo is one of Europe's most accomplished novelists."
The ordeal of Hungarian Jewry during WWII, survivor guilt, and the unbridgeable distances between people yearning to connect—these are the major motifs sounded in this brisk, elegiac second US appearance by the Dutch author of The Twins (2000). Read full book review >
THE TWINS by Tessa De Loo
Released: Aug. 1, 2000

"A flat-out masterpiece: exhilarating and unforgettable."
The impassioned memories of German twin sisters separated in childhood and ever afterward by "the silly obstacles tossed up by history": that's the core of this brilliant 1993 novel by a hitherto untranslated Dutch writer. Read full book review >