Tag Archives: English (USA)

Should We Have Vatican III? (Faut-il faire Vatican III ?)

ESSAY – CURRENT AFFAIRS Christine Pedotti examines whether a new council could steer the Church away from the precipice. She asks the question: Is it materially possible and intellectually desirable to call a new council? What would be the difficulties and the risks? And if the Church went ahead with it, what topics would it […]

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The Mallaig Clan – Trilogy (Le clan de Mallaig)

100,000+ copies sold in Quebec, 300,000+ copies sold in France (book club edition) Scotland, 1390. To avoid a forced marriage, Lite MacGugan weds bandit Baltair MacNeil, which saves him from the gallows. She keeps her husband at a distance for many years, while she concocts large-scale projects to develop her in-law’s property located in Mallaig. […]

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Serenitas

DYSTOPIAN THRILLER One evening in 20th century Paris: A bomb attack in a pizzeria in the Pigalle district kills ten people. Who is responsible? What are the terrorists’ motives? Idealistic journalist Fjord Keeling is a bit of a loser. He’s left on his own at the leading daily newspaper Le National, since his superiors – […]

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Journey Through Death (Voyage à travers la mort)

TRUE STORY This story is told in a compelling and extremely moving voice. It sheds light on an episode that the Medias chose to ignore and that the public eye has remained unaware of. In 1994 Pierre-Claver, a Hutu from Rwanda, was forced to flee the city of Kigali with his wife and three children […]

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The Obese Christ (Le Christ Obèse)

LITERARY FICTION – SUSPENSE Edgar is a timid and asocial thirty-something who has always lived in the shadow of his mother only recently passed away. One night, in a cemetery, he witnesses the brutal rape of a young woman that four horsemen of the Apocalypse leave for dead. Edgar decides to take the unconscious victim […]

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The Shiro Project (Le projet Shiro)

THRILLER SECOND VOLUME IN THE CONSORTIUM TRILOGY: Vol. 1: THE BLEIBERG PROJECT Vol. 3: THE MORGENSTERN PROJECT When his mentor is kidnapped, the most famous of Mossad agents Eytan Morgenstern has to team up with his worst enemy but first and foremost to face himself. Enlisted against his will in a fight that’s not his own and […]

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The Butterfly and the Light (Le papillon et la lumière)

15 B/W illustrations PHILOSOPHICAL TALE This philosophical tale, profound under its light appearance, leads the reader to answer an essential question: what is the meaning of existence if one does not put oneself in danger? After dark, the butterflies swirl around the lamp posts, get a thrill from it, and get burnt most of the […]

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My Black Stars (Mes étoiles noires)

Written in collaboration with Bernard Fillaire – 50  B&W illustrations in text   SOCIOLOGY – HISTORY Written by a man whose huge sporting talent allowed him to transcend barriers this book sheds light  and gives an understanding on a topic that  is little dealt with in history books: black celebrities. It is an essential contribution […]

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Notes of an Old Lover (Carnets d’un vieil amoureux)

Preface by Philippe Delerm – Edited and arranged by Claire Hauter and Bernard Fillaire – B/W illustrations in-text NARRATIVE NON-FICTION Written with a vigorous style, these notes combine to make an exceptional document that shatters the image of sexless old age. It is an elixir against giving up. On the first of January 1927, 16-year-old […]

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The World Has No Time To Spare (Le monde n’a plus de temps a perdre)

GLOBAL POLITICS – CURRENT AFFAIRS With the challenges that we face today this work acts as a siren call, it asks what we can do to bring about concrete change in how the world is run. Through the lens of six of the current problems affecting the world the authors argue for the implementation of […]

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