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A Narco History. How the United State and Mexico Jointly Created the “Mexican Drug War”

CURRENT AFFAIRS The “War Against Drugs”: who started it, and why? What are its consequences in real terms, not mere statistics, for the people most affected by it? One hundred thousand deaths later—with the vast majority of those killed innocent citizens, such as the 43 teachers college students murdered in Guerrero—the solution to peace requires […]

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SCIENCE-FICTION – COMING-OF-AGE NOVEL BOOK 1 of 6 IN THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE SOLAR CLIPPER SERIES The Golden Age of Sail has Returned—in the Year 2352 When his mother dies in a flitter crash, eighteen-year-old Ishmael Horatio Wang must find a job with the planet company or leave the system—and NerisCo isn’t hiring. With […]

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The Expedition: True Story of the First Human-Powered Circumnavigation of the Earth

TRUE STORY – ADVENTURE – INSPIRATIONAL Book 1 – DARK WATERS: July 2012 Book 2 – THE SEED BURIED DEEP: December 2013 Book 3 – TO THE BRINK: April 2016 “A journey of great courage and determination.” — His Holiness The Dalai Lama “Two broken legs would be a trip ender for me… An incredible amount […]

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Dear Asshole (Cher trou de cul)

FICTION A love story that only lasts for 72 days, the time it takes to gestate a guinea pig! Told in disorder with caustic humor, but also a lot of tenderness, this love story allows us to discover Clara, a anti-heroine with a bite, in which we recognize our own faults and weaknesses, multiplied by […]

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The Wine Bottle: The History of a Revolution

NON-FICTION | HISTORY Highly documented, lavishly illustrated and nourished by many anecdotes, this book is as exciting as it is lively and makes us discover a completely unknown part of our cultural history. In ancient times and during the Middle Ages, people hardly knew how to transport, store, and preserve wine since they didn’t have […]

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The Runaways (Les fuyants)

LITERARY FICTION Four men of the Hintel family decide to battle their filiation. But is the grass really greener on the other side? A tender and terrible tragicomedy, perfectly hilarious, built like a Rubik’s cube. The family spirit isn’t really deeply rooted in Jacob, David, Simon and Joseph Hintel. They vanish, one after another. They say […]

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There Is Only One Way to Love (Il n’y a qu’une façon d’aimer)

NON-FICTION | MEMOIR In 1942, a beautiful, triumphant, determined, and even extravagant young woman from a good Geneva family joins the Dutch army alongside her husband, leaving her three children behind in Switzerland. Her violent passion for one of the most brilliant generals of unoccupied France soon makes her question her certainties. Her diary recounts the […]

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Leonardo da Vinci, Man of War

HISTORY | NON-FICTION Far from the image of the dreamer, the ecologist avant la lettre, which some have liked to portray, this groundbreaking book pictures Leonardo as a military engineer devoting most of his time to warfare. Following Leonardo closely we quake to the sound and fury of the battlefield, which the Italian Renaissance embodied […]

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Lotte & Zweig

LITERARY FICTION Lotte & Zweig is about Stefan Zweig’s and his wife’s suicides in 1942, in Petropolis, Rio de Janeiro. After supervising the consummation of her husband’s final work, Lotte assured herself he couldn’t breathe anymore and then let herself die, taking a faster and more powerful poison. In the few hours she stood alone, […]

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John the Posthumous

FICTION After reading Jason Schwartz, it’s difficult to talk about any other writer’s originality or unique relation to the language. John the Posthumous is a work of astounding power and distinction, beautifully strange, masterful. ~ Sam Lipsyte [Schwartz] is complete, as genius agonizingly is. ~ Gordan Lish Haunting, original prose by a writer unlike any […]

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