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Friends for Life (Vrienden voor het leven)

WOMEN’S FICTION The I ♥ My Friends – trilogy is a new series by Dutch bestselling author Astrid Harrewijn. The series revolves around three friends living in Amsterdam, who all have jobs in the art-world. Noor, Kiki and Joost are lucky enough to live in an old house on one of Amsterdam’s most beautiful canals. […]

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The Day I Truly Loved Myself (Le jour où je me suis aimé pour de vrai)

Thank you for making your readers feel more alive. — Alexandre Jardin, author of Le Zèbre (Prix Femina 1988) Passionate — France Inter I enjoyed myself. Magnificent. — France Info FICTION After the success of We’re Screwed, We Think Too Much (On est foutu, on pense trop), Serge Marquis is back with an enchanting psychological fairy tale […]

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Death on Board (Mort à bord)

CRIME FICTION August 1936, France: The masses are thrilled to be enjoying their-ever legally mandated paid vacation! On the beach at Deauville, where Adrien Savoisy always spends the summer, the other rich habitués are scandalized by the invasion of working-class tourists. But Adrien has fallen head over heels in love with a pretty camper, Thérèse […]

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When Millennials Take Over: Preparing for the Ridiculously Optimistic Future of Business

BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT Notter and Grant make a compelling case for why Millennials act as a secret decoder ring to help us understand what drives customers and employees in today’s business climate. By adopting the four capacities – digital, clear, fluid and fast – you’ll be much better prepared to attract top talent, retain customers […]

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Casa Familia

SUSPENSE “A must-read for Dutch thriller fans.” — dewereldvanbryan.nl “Thrilling stuff in Andalusia.” — Margiet “Smooth writing, imaginative and compelling plot, great characters. Nathalie Pagie definitely has a talent for writing thrillers. Highly recommended!” — thrillerlezers.nl A new sensational thriller with Tara and Diego, from Birds of Paradise, taking place at the sunny coast of […]

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A Charismatic Fault (Een charismatisch defect)

LITERARY FICTION ‘Kelder writes with just the perfect amount of ambiguity. It makes us doubt the lefticism of the past.’ — Het Parool ‘A clearly written and amazingly readable story.’ — Leeuwarder Courant ‘The novel is alarming, raw and exhales fantastic psychological insight.’ — Elle ‘Kelder shows again that she plays with language. She tells her story in […]

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Beyond the Limits. A Journey through a Hidden Writer’s Life

LITERARY NON-FICTION This is so much more than a book full of erotic and intellectual tension. Beyond the Limits is about remembering, about the reconstruction of memories and our need to relive them,while also being about the distrust those memories can cause. It’s about the excitement of archival work, about self-chosen loneliness and the history […]

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A Portuguese Dream. A house, a challenge, a new existence (Een Portugese droom)

WOMEN’S FICTION ‘A great Summer novel by which to daydream! You can almost smell the grilled fish and the roasted pig, and almost taste the wine and herbal teas.’ — Hebban.nl ‘I loved A Portuguese Dream! I definitely recommend, whichever you choose to read it in.’ — Charlottesboeken.blogspot.nl ‘A great book if you want to know […]

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THE MILK FACTORY. Why Breast Feeding Is Awesome (And You Don’t Have to Feel Guilty If It You Can’t Make It Work)

PARENTING | HEALTH “It is a well-balanced book. As a mother-to-be I got a better idea of what to expect when breastfeeding.”— Nederlands Dagblad “It simply tells you everything you want to know about the ins and outs of breast milk.”— Metro “Something as important as breastfeeding deserves a nice, fresh and hip book like […]

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Esther’s Notebooks vol. 2 (Les Cahiers d’Esther t.2)

COMICS – SERIES Riad Sattouf continues to vividly describe adolescence like no other. — ELLE Esther, a mini-phenomenon of society all by herself! — ELLE Very profound with universal dimensions. — Ouest France Fresh, funny, edifying at times, whose impartial sociology puts the finger on the good and bad sides of our society and those who will […]

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