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The unreliable narrator is a staple of recent psychological thrillers, from Gillian Flynn to S.J. Watson to Tana French.Caught in Her Mind: Fiona McFarlane’s ‘The Night Guest’|Andrea Walker|October 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“They were very gentle and nice people,” says Salt Lick employee Tana Kent.
Diamonds have been discovered in the Thika river, one of the headstreams of the Tana.
As the basis for these gymnastics we have the children pronounce the words: pane—fame—tana—zina—stella—rana—gatto.The Montessori Method|Maria Montessori
So it is with the Tana, Fotuna, and the first Uea specimens.Opuscula|Robert Gordon Latham
He hunted some and fished some, but never far from Tana-naw Station, and he was at the large house often and long.
He sang songs to her, and was ardent and glowed until all Tana-naw Station knew he loved her.