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Murder at the Book Club

A deliciously Agatha Christie-style mystery that sucks you in from the first page. — Sibel Hodge, bestselling author of ‘Look Behind You’ A good old Whodunnit from Ms Reavley that will keep readers guessing till the very end! — J.A. Baker, bestselling author of ‘The Other Mother’ A deliciously devilish whodunit! — Robert Bryndza, bestselling author of the Detective Erika Foster […]

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Daredevil Dads

ACTION & ADVENTURE Daredevil Dads chronicles the lives of a group of men who do some of the most dangerous jobs on (and off) the planet – and in some instances even below the earth’s surface. Every day they walk out the door, they know it might be their last as they push themselves to […]

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All the Time in the World (Todo o tempo do mundo)

FICTION | ROMANCE “Is traveling in time just a trick, an illusion of the highest order, so incredible and yet so true? If Gomyde’s previous books were golden, get ready for ‘All the Time in the World’” — James McSill, Story Consultant (McSill Story Studio – York, UK) “Maurício Gomyde is an author you want to […]

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In the Big Washtub (Le grand lavoir)

LITERARY FICTION After the success of Camille, I’ll Come Fly with You, Sophie Daull affirms her writing skills with a brilliant novel built around the ambiguities of the desire of forgiveness. Based on her own experience, In the Big Washtub deals with the story of her mother’s murderer. A female writer is on a literary television […]

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Call Me Nathan (Appelez-moi Nathan)

GRAPHIC NOVEL A graphic novel as beautiful as it is important. — Marine Stisi, Toute La Culture Which toilets should you use? Have you had surgery? What is the difference between you and a transvestite? Are not you just homosexual?… This book, which follows the complicated path of a young trans teenager in France, addresses precisely the […]

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Stolen Daylight (Luce Rubata al Giorno)

FICTION This is a novel of well calibrated form made of gracefully balanced words, in an attempt to create order in a story of profound family torment that invades nature, creating an amalgam where it is difficult, in the end, to distinguish between feelings and landscape.   Lastly, this novel investigates the possibility of an attempt […]

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Farewell to the Ghosts (Addio fantasmi)

LITERARY FICTION “Nadia Terranova’s narrative style upsets for its precision and sensitivity” — Annie Ernaux Nadia Terranova is winner of Bagutta Opera Prima Prize, Premio Fiesole, Premio Brancati, Bridge Book Award in 2016 and she won also the Premio Bergamo in 2017 with her previous novel Gli anni al contrario Ida has just disembarked in […]

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Ice Angel (IJsengel)

SUSPENSE When media entrepreneur Berndt Müller is kidnapped the whole of Sweden is on the lookout. His family goes against police advice and gets in touch with his kidnappers, but when they pay the ransom nothing happens. Meanwhile Berndt finds out that he isn’t alone in the abandoned hotel that he’s held captive. Can the […]

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Without Ever Reaching the Summit (Senza mai arrivare in cima)

LITERARY FICTION By the author of The Eight Mountains: rights sold in 39 countries and over 600,000 copies sold worldwide. Winner of the Premio Strega, Prix Médicis Étranger, English Pen Translates Award 2017 What do we look for when we embark on a journey? Maybe there is a destiny or a summit that no one […]

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Terror is on the Agenda (All’ordine del giorno il terrore)

ESSAY It is impossible to give a universally accepted definition of terrorism because no-one has ever claimed to be a terrorist and terrorism is always the action of “others”. While it may be impossible to determine what terrorism is, we are all too familiar with what terror is: it is fleeing terror that determines our […]

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