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Exquisite Mariposa

LITERARY FICTION “Exquisite Mariposa is one of those books that had me from the first sentence to the last and beyond. Duncan churns up all the digital, performative, hypersocial chaos of our present ‘reality,’ even of the near future, and crystallizes it into dreamy and raw poetry. Page after page, paragraph after paragraph, this story, […]

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Positive Psychology and Ecology (Psychologie Positive et Ecologie)

NATURE Preface by Gilles Bœuf In the course of the last two decades, two apparently unconnected sciences have sought to understand human well-being: on one side, positive psychology studies how our positive emotions are born and maintained to bring us well-being and happiness. On the other, the biodiversity sciences seek to protect and conserve nature […]

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The Angel of Munich (L’Angelo di Monaco)

HISTORICAL FICTION | HISTORICAL THRILLER  The Angel of Munich is a historical thriller centered around the murder of Angelica Raubel, Hitler’s niece in Munich in 1931. The death of Angelica ‘Geli’ Raubal is a historical fact. However,  we do not know with certainty how things went on 18 September 1931 on the second floor of […]

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A Different Take On the Climate (Un autre regard sur le climat)

COMICS A rigorously accurate book that is sassy and funny too. — Daniel Tanuro Emma was already a passionaria for both women’s rights and refugees. And now the popular blogger Emma has taken on climate change. What are the causes and effects of global warming? What is the carbon tax? Based on a range of […]

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Without them (Sans eux)

DEBUT NOVEL In Paris in the near future, Lisa witnesses the society around her coming to be dominated by wom-en. The men around her gradually disappear and a new world comes into being where women slowly replace men, leaving women free to hunt out the few remaining males or to do without them entirely. A […]

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The Art Market under the Occupation (Le marché de l’art Sous l’occupation)

NON-FICTION | HISTORY OF ART | ART It’s a fact that the art market in France during World War II is flourishing. Pieces of art are sold, smuggled and traded, sometimes at a very high price and these transactions have heavy consequences on the destiny of pieces that belong to Jewish families. Likewise, anti-Semitic laws […]

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Her Way To The Top

BUSINESS | PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Of interest to career women, working ones as well as those that are resuming after a break. Also of interest for men, so that they can better understand the challenges faced by their female counterparts In her first book, award-winning and world-renowned career coach, trainer and blogger, Hira Ali, examines the […]

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Zippo

CRIME NOVEL A great crime novel, mixing psychology, sexuality and violence, during an intense and rhythmic investigation. When they met, she was very young. He made her wear a black wolf, he called her Eva, he taught her to play with the fire. He was the master of her emotions, of her will, of her […]

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The End of Diseases: A Revolutionary Approach to Medicine (La Fin des Maladies)

NON-FICTION| HEALTH Cancer, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease are metabolism disorders linked to a cellular digestive dysfunction. This is the story of this crucial discovery, which fundamentally questions the way we consider and heal diseases. When the mitochondrion, the energy-producing compartment of the cell, no longer can digest glucose in order to transform it into energy, […]

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Call to War: Adolescents in Combat,1914-1918 (L’Appel de la Guerre: Des Adolescents au Combat, 1914-1918)

NON-FICTION| HISTORY| WWI In the world’s first global conflict, teenagers fought with – and against – grown men of real armies. Manon Pignot examines these adolescents’ backgrounds and motivations, and uncovers the shocking possibility that young fighters were motivated by a lust for war. In turn, this calls us, her twenty-first century readers, into question, […]

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