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Always Eat Left Handed: 15 Surprising Secrets for Killing It At Work And In Real Life

SELF HELP ALL NEW Second Edition Coming in Print for the first time MAY 1st, 2017! Over 25,000 copies downloaded! (First Edition) #1 Best Selling Self Help > Happiness Book On Amazon (First Edition) #1 Best Selling Business > Careers > Job Hunting On Amazon (First Edition) ALWAYS EAT LEFT HANDED is an entertainingly irreverent help-self […]

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Heed our Defeats (Écoutez nos défaites)

LITERARY FICTION Assem, a wearied French intelligence officer, is sent to Beirut in search of a former member of the elite American commandos suspected of trafficking. He meets Mariam, an Iraqi archaeologist trying to save treasures from the museums of bombed cities. The brevity of their time together is matched only by the seismic power of […]

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14th July (14 juillet)

NARRATIVE NON-FICTION On 28th April 1789 the French revolution began when the Titon Folly was sacked by factory workers threatened with a drop in wages. France was going bankrupt, dying of hunger. Then came the long night of 13th July, an oppressive and frightening vigil when no one slept and, as 14th July dawned, the […]

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Evacuation (Évacuation)

FICTION “Simply remarkable.” — Jean-Claude Lebrun, L’humanité “Style, verve and panache, Jérusalmy mischievously illuminates the dawn of the Renaissance.” — François Lestavel, Paris Match “To the glory of books and freedom, a novel of adventures deep and leaping like his unexpected hero, the poet François Villon.” — Emmanuelle Giuliani, La Croix Amid the growing threat […]

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Beachside Sweet Shop

ROMANTIC COMEDY Chocolate fudge, butterscotch and raspberry bonbons… treat yourself to some sugary treats, a big slice of friendship and a sprinkling of romance at The Beachside Sweet Shop. When Marnie Appleton inherited a sweet shop from her grandfather she was determined to do his legacy proud. The shop has been a much-loved feature of […]

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All Men Wear Size 9 Shoes (Tous les hommes chaussent du 44)

WOMEN’S FICTION How do you write a treatise on perfect love when your own love life is in a mess? This is the challenge which Gilda sets herself, despite having once again disregarded the warnings of her female friends and fallen in love with a man she met on holiday – another one of those […]

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Curing Alzheimer’s (Guérir Alzheimer)

ESSAY Doctor Michael Nehls, a researcher in molecular genetics, presents in this book the latest clinical research which proves that the symptoms of Alzheimer’s can be reversed in the early stages of the disease when ‘only’ the hippocampus is affected. These spectacular results furnish proof that certain combinations of non-prescription medicines not only prevent the […]

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In Distant Lands: A Short History of the Crusades

POPULAR HISTORY In the late fall of 1095 Pope Urban II gave a speech in Clermont, France and set all of Europe into motion. As many as a hundred and fifty thousand people eventually responded to the call, leaving everything they knew behind to undertake what appeared to be a fool’s mission: marching several thousand miles […]

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A Time to Diet and Earn One’s Wings (Il est temps de suivre un régime et d’apprendre à voler)

FICTION Adam is a kind of ‘public’ writer – on behalf of the inhabitants of his small town, he writes anonymous letters, love letters, and letters for those who are close to hand or else have long since departed but have never been forgotten. His own wife and daughter have long since departed the family […]

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The Book (Le Livre)

FICTION | ILLUSTRATED BOOK A blend of literary beauty and virtuoso illustrations, this album appeals to a wide readership. Le Livre reinterprets seven episodes from the Old Testament in a modern and particular key. The creation of the world by God, Abraham’s sacrifice, the passing of the Angel of Death or the questionings of Job. […]

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