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Somewhere Between Good and Evil (Quelque part entre le bien et le mal)

CRIME FICTION  “Christophe Molmy has always dreamed of a life: his own … Robberies, hostage-situations, frenzied … interfere in his daily – inevitably novelistic – life.” — Libération A masterfully realistic crime novel. The eagerly awaited second book by the French Police Divisional Commissioner, Christophe Molmy, is a triumph. Somewhere between good and evil, there are […]

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Paris-Venice (Paris-Venise)

LITERARY FICTION Roman has just got a job on the Paris-Venice, the night train with the most delays in Europe. It’s a sign. His life is running behind schedule too. At almost 30, getting this job as a steward, is like a confirmation… With illegal immigrants, drunken customs officers and pickpockets descending to plunder the wagon […]

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Nothing Else in the World (Nient’altro al mondo)

LITERARY FICTION  Sometimes life gives two people the same experience at the same time. That’s what happens to Alma and Maria, who both find out they are pregnant in the same few months. They are at different stages in their lives, yet suddenly their lives seem very similar. They’ve felt this many times in the […]

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Another Look. A Bunch of Stuff to See Things Differently Vol. 2 (Un autre regard. Trucs en vrac pour voir les choses autrement t. 2)

COMIC | SERIES THE 2nd COMIC BOOK FROM THE BLOGGER EMMACLIT, BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND There’s always a moment during a conversation between women when one refers to Emma’s comic strip along the lines of, “That’s exactly what happened to me.” After the runaway bestselling success of Another Look vol. 1, a booksellers’ favourite, amateur comedienne, […]

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Only Women Live Forever (Seules les femmes sont éternelles)

HISTORICAL CRIME NOVEL A lively and exciting plot, I loved it! – Andrée, la papivore.com The whole thing is carried out with a beating drum and not for one second are we bored. – Glazmag.com A brilliant historical novel telling the story of Loulou Chandeleur, a private detective who disguises himself as a woman to avoid […]

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In Paris (À Paris)

LIFESTYLE | FASHION | GIFT BOOK Jeanne Damas is the epitome of It Girl—GQ Magazine Paris, the megalopolis that incarnates chicness, is the main character of Jeanne Damas and Lauren Bastide’s book. […] The duo went of to meet those who make Paris. No, not LA Parisienne, but LES Parisiennes, with all their mystery, their […]

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Nice & Simple. Buy 1x 5x Cooking (Lekker & Simpel. 1x kopen 5x koken: 200 recepten)

COOKBOOK “There are really tasty and easy recipes that can be made just after a busy working day. Highly recommended.” — A. van der Kraats (bol.com) “The first cookbook that I actually use! I’ll open it every week before we start shopping. ” — Veerle (bol.com) “A cookbook full of delicious recipes that can be put on your table […]

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Nice & Simple. 200 main courses (Lekker & simpel: 200 hoofdgerechten)

COOKBOOK For anyone who needs help answering the question, “what do we eat today?” is there now the cookbook of Sofia and Jorrit Lekker & Simpel. No difficult dishes for hours in the kitchen but tasty and simple recipes that anyone can make. A cookbook with 200 recipes for a delicious, simple and fast supper. Recipes that are […]

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Exercises in Memory (Esercizi di memoria)

MEMOIR | ILLUSTRATED BOOK Montalbano’s creator talks about himself, in an ebullient, explosive album of memories, ranging over his entire life. In ninety-two years he has witnessed, experienced and recounted innumerable stories. On this occasion, however, the stories are about him. Anecdotes, encounters, events and memories link up into a kind of autobiography, the most […]

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Nobody Can Fly (Nessuno può volare)

LITERARY FICTION When you’re born into a family like that of Simonetta Agnello Hornby, you grow up in the awareness that everyone is normal but different, each with their own characteristics, which may sometimes be a bit ‘strange’. So you say quite naturally of a blind person that they ‘can’t see well’, of a cripple […]

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