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History’s Trickeries (Les Ruses de l’Histoire)

NON-FICTION | HISTORY  None of the most significant historical occurrences of our time could be foreseen. We wonder if history makes sense. Over and over, it takes us by surprise and turns our perception of the world and our vision of the future upside down. After the success of Blind Eye, Marc Ferro, collaborating with […]

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Understanding Nazism: We can’t excuse Nazism, but can we understand it? (Comprendre le Nazisme)

NON-FICTION | HISTORY  Looking at the horrible crimes of the Third Reich, we often take the question out of its political context, pushing National Socialism back in a corner of deviance, perversion or irrationality. This book advises the readers on taking Nazis seriously and immerses us in the universe of National Socialism. The tens of […]

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The Collaborative Impasse: Toward an economy of cooperation (L’impasse collaborative. Pour une véritable économie de la coopération)

NON-FICTION | ECONOMY After the success of Our Economic Mythologies, Éloi Laurent, one of the most read French economists, openly goes through appearances in order to demonstrate in details the deep crisis hitting cooperation. We are seemingly living in a communication and collaboration golden age. Thanks to the digital revolution, we are connected to everything, […]

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Avoiding and Healing Inflammation (Prévenir et Soigner l’inflammation)

NON-FICTION | HEALTH Whether it is painful or goes unnoticed, when it becomes chronic, inflammation can not only impact our daily comfort but also become a serious risk to our health. What if your diet could offer the best chances of healing? This book explains the diseases that make every-day-life difficult, because chronic inflammation has […]

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Chasing Agatha Christie (À la poursuite d’Agatha Christie)

NON-FICTION | BIOGRAPHY  Agatha Christie spent her entire life travelling the world and her work shows a clairvoyant and ever-unique view of the 20th century. She learned to swim in Dinard when she was four, found the Pyrénées “flat”, and was the first Englishwoman to surf the waves in South Africa. She amused herself by […]

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Icons and Instincts. The Autobiography of Madonna and Michael Jackson’s Choreographer (Icônes et Instincts)

NON FICTION | AUTOBIOGRAPHY  Vincent Paterson’s iconic choreography will be remembered for the impact it has had on the music industry and on generations of artists. Who can forget Smooth Criminal? It’s etched in our hearts and minds. —  Paula Abdul The impressive history of Vincent Paterson’s work and collaboration with iconic artists is phenomenal and will […]

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Generation Citizen. The Power of Youth in Our Politics

POLITICAL SCIENCE | NON-FICTION Championing the activism of young people around the world, Generation Citizen is an empowering reminder of the positive power of politics, and an inspiring, actionable guide for anyone ready to be a force for change It is young people who have always been the vanguard of political change, and right now, […]

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Ray Paterson Series

CRIME | THRILLER  4 Book Series  Their Last Words – Book 1 – June 2018 – 250 pp. #31 Amazon UK 21,000 copies sold since June 18 A victim. A mutilated body. A single word. A young woman is found dead on the streets of London. Her throat slashed, her body mutilated, and one word carved […]

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The Last Time We Met

WOMEN’S FICTION | ROMANCE For fans of Dorothy Koomson, Julie Cohen, Adele Parks, Liane Moriarty, Amanda Prowse, Harriet Evans The Last Time We Met explores the power of first love, the complexities of the human heart, and the possibility of second chances. Three years after seeing her first love, Patrick, quite by chance in London, […]

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Jimmy James Blood

LITERARY FICTION | DEBUT NOVEL Jimmy James Blood is, in a word, totally authentic.. . the language is jaw-droppingly lyrical and gritty at the same time . . . the characters completely un-romanticized, but genuinely loved by their creator. And while the elevator pitch is not going to knock anybody’s socks off: it’s about a […]

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