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Danielle Steel Awarded France's Highest Honor, the Legion d'Honneur

Danielle Steel has been awarded France's highest honor, the Legion d'honneur. - peoplewhowrite

Danielle Steel, 66, has written more than 90 books which have sold 600 million copies and been translated into 45 languages.

Danielle Steel has earned the Legion d’Honneur, reports, an honor first established by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1802. Reserved for French citizens and those who have served France, past recipient scribes include Nobel-winning playwright Harold Pinter, Argentine writer Victoria Ocampo, and Japanese screenwriter Akira Kurosawa.


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