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Nothing Can Harm You Now (Nada vai acontecer com voce)

THRILLER Lucinda Bocayuva is a 36-year-old TV producer who lives in Rio de Janeiro. When her younger sister, Viviana, goes missing, Lucinda spares no effort to find her. Lucinda ends up learning that Viviana, a model, moonlighted as an escort. Soon Graziane, Viviana’s girlfriend and co-worker, joins Lucinda’s search party. Meanwhile, Viviana, held captive, relies […]

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The Plans (Os Planos)

THRILLER I was absolutely taken by reading The Plans. Clean, straightforward, consistent text: everything stands up. And the style does not disturb. It is exact. I think it has everything to be a success, both due to the current political themes and the author’s narrative talent. – Cristovão Tezza, best seller author of The Eternal […]

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Maria Altamira

LITERARY FICTION Maria Altamira is a fiction story which sounds more real than reality; it’s a document written by someone with field experience and a sharp and subtle observation power, a timely novel against the dark times we’re going through. — Betty Mindlin (Anthropologist) Maria Altamira is mostly set up in the Altamira region in Amazonia, state of […]

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Ground Verdigo (Vertigem do chão)

FICTION Two protagonists away from each other, whose stories are simultaneously narrated: Leonel, a Brazilian dancer disillusioned by the state of his art in Brazil, moves to Utrecht, in the Netherlands, one of the world’s most important centres of contemporary dance; and Stefan, a Dutch who, having seen his boyfriend murdered by a religious fanatic, […]

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Save The Night (Sauver la nuit)

NARRATIVE NON-FICTION With deft, narrative prose, an expert guards us against the endemic disappearance of the night. Samuel Challéat guides us to reflect and wonder but also to fear what we may be about to lose, as the sociocultural, ecological and public health costs caused by artificial lighting are immeasurable. “Will we leave ourselves a […]

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The Appearance Of The Deer (L’apparition du chevreuil)

LITERARY FICTION After receiving threats on social media, a writer takes shelter in the woods. There, instead of the peace she was longing for, she finds herself haunted by her troubled family past and surrounded by a nature as hostile as the civilization she left. The cabin nearby is supposed to be abandoned, but what […]

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Darkness (Ténèbre)

HISTORICAL FICTION A complex and subtle exploration of how refined barbarism can really be. Brussels, 1889. The surveyor Pierre Claes is commissioned by Leopold II of Belgium to delimit a section of the northern border of the Congo Free State, assisted only by Xi Xiao, a timid Chinese emigrant that he hires upon his arrival […]

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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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Autumn Mist (La prima nebbia d’autunno)

HISTORICAL FICTION A woman jumps into the river Po and fights a giant sturgeon; a man with a passion for Opera baptises all his children with the names of the Bel Canto’s heroes; another man threatens every day to hang himself from the persimmon tree behind his house; an old woman plays cards with an […]

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Voices in the Fog (Voci Nella Nebbia)

CRIME & THRILLERS Voices in the Fog provides atmosphere, imagination, an intricate plot and vivid settings for a gripping and involving read. Pavani keeps the story together, never losing control as it unravels. This is an excellently balanced novel with great pace. — Giordano Aterini, Mondadori An intricate plot and vivid settings for a gripping […]

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