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Ram Oren

Ram Oren was born in 1936 in Tel Aviv. He graduated from the Hebrew University Faculty of Law and is a member of the Lawyers Association. 
Oren has worked as a journalist and was a senior editor of the mass circulation daily, Yedioth Ahronoth. He is the founder and owner of Keshet Publishing House. Oren published his first book, Seduction, in 1994 to popular acclaim, and all his books have been bestsellers in Israel. Seduction has been adapted for TV in 2002, and Latrun won the Yitzhak Sadeh Award for Military Literature (2002).
Ram Oren

Books Published in Hebrew

Seduction (suspense), Keter, 1994 [Pitui]
Framed (suspense), Keter, 1995 [Mischak Machur]
Mark of Cain (suspense), Keshet, 1996 [Ot Kayin]
Heart (suspense), Keshet, 1997 [Lev]
Shadow of Doubt (suspensel), Keshet, 1997 [Tzel Shel Safek]
Ashram (novel), Keshet, 1998 [Ashram]
Live Ammunition (suspense), Keshet, 1999 [Esh Chaya]
Eve and Adam (novel), Keshet, 2000 [Chava Ve-Adam]
Nude (suspense), Keshet, 2000 [Eirom]
Love Behind Closed Doors (suspense), Keshet, 2001 [Ahava Bi-Dlatayim Sgurot]
Addiction and Other Stories, Keshet, 2002 [Hitmakrut Ve-Od Sipurim]
Latrun (historical novel), Keshet, 2002 [Latrun]
African Princess (suspense), Keshet, 2003 [Nesicha Afrikanit]
The Heiress (suspense), Keshet, 2004 [Ha-Yoreshet]
The Target: Tel Aviv (historical novel), Keshet, 2004 [Ha-Matara: Tel-Aviv]
Little Sister (suspense), Keshet, 2005 [Achot Ktana]
My Lover, My Enemy (suspense), Keshet, 2006 [Ahuvi, Oyvi]
Red Days (historical novel), Keshet, 2006 [Yamim Adumim]
Gertruda's Oath: A Child, a Promise, and a Heroic Escape During World War II [The Oath] (biographical novel), Keshet, 2007 [Ha-Shvua: Sipur Amiti]
Chief of Staff (novel), Keshet, 2007 [Ramatkal]
Ghosts (suspense), Keshet, 2008 [Ko'ach Elyon: Roman Metach Acher]
Green Card (suspense), Keshet, 2008 [Green Card]
From the Bible with Love (biblical stories), Keshet, 2009 [Me-Ha-Tanach Be-Ahava: Or Chadash Al Ahavot Ba-Tanach]
Sylvia Rafael: The Life and Death of a Mossad Spy (Sylvia) [with Moti Kfir] (biographical novel), Keshet, 2010 [Sylvia: Chayeha U-Mota Shel Lochemet Ha-Mosad]
One Child Too Many (suspense), Keshet, 2010 [Yeled Echad Yoter Midai]
Secrets (novel), Keshet, 2011 [Sodot Gluyim]
Double Identity (suspense), Keshet, 2011 [Zehut Kfula]
Yearning Soul (historical novel), Keshet, 2012 [Nefesh Homiya]
Black Sheep (suspense), Keshet, 2012 [Kivsa Shchora]
The Red Scarf (historical novel), Keshet, 2013 [Ha-Tzaʹif Ha-Adom (Mered Bar-Kochva: Milchama U-Nekama)]
Mother (novel), Keshet, 2014 [Ima]
Painful Love: Shiri (trilogy, part 1), Keshet, 2014 [Ahava Ko'evet: Chelek Rishon: Shiri]
Painful Love: Danny (trilogy, part 2), Keshet, 2015 [Ahava Ko'evet: Chelek Sheni: Danny]
Painful Love: Amira (trilogy, part 3), Keshet, 2015 [Ahava Ko'evet: Chelek Shlishi: Amira]
Live TV (novel), Keshet, 2016 [Be-Shidur Chay]
Exile (biographical novel), Keshet, 2017 [Ha-Geirush Min Ha-Armon]

Books in Translation

The Mark of Cain 

English: Tel Aviv, Keshet, 1998
Hungarian: Budapest, Könyvek, 2007

 

Live Ammunition
French: Paris, Mazarine, 2000

 

Latrun

Russian: Tel-Aviv, Arie, 2003

 

African Princess

Turkish: Istanbul, Goa, 2005

 

Seduction

Turkish: Istanbul, Goa, 2006

 

Heart

Turkish: Istanbul, Goa, 2006

 

Ashram

Turkish: Istanbul, Goa, 2007

Gertruda's Oath: A Child, a Promise, and a Heroic Escape During World War II (The Oath)

English: New York, Doubleday, 2009; pback: 2010

German: Giessen, Brunnen, 2010; pback: 2013; Cologne, DuMont, 2015

Italian: Milan, Sperling & Kupfer, 2010

Danish: Copenhagen, Nyt Nordisk Forlag, 2011

Hungarian: Budapest, Vince Kiadó, 2011

Norwegian: Oslo, Lunde, 2011

Polish: Warsaw, Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, 2012

Spanish: Barcelona, Plataforma, 2014; Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores. 2015

 

Sylvia Rafael: The Life and Death of a Mossad Spy (Sylvia) [with Moti Kfir]

German: Zürich, Arche 2012

French: Paris, Nouveau Monde éd., 2013

Polish: Kraków, Znak literanova, 2013

Czech: Prague, Naše vojsko, 2013

English: Lexington, KY, University Press of Kentucky, 2014

 

Addiction and Other Stories

German: Giessen: Brunnen, 2012

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