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With a View Below the Sea (Avec vue sous la mer)

TRUE STORY – preface by French philosopher Yves Michaud The exact opposite of [the 1970s TV series] THE LOVE BOAT, this passionate and well-documented book about the travel industry’s shadow side is accompanied by a preface by philosopher Yves Michaud, who has thought a lot about luxury and tourism. — GQ This title is not […]

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50 Preconceived Ideas on Agriculture and Food

ESSAY What is really happening on our plates and in the countryside? We hear so many contradictory claims about agriculture and food. This book takes stock of the state of scientific knowledge, and distinguishes truth from falsehood regarding all our preconceived ideas. “Enlightening. Essential.” ~ Nicolas Hulot 50 Preconceived Ideas on Agriculture and Food gives […]

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Momo of Les Halles (Momo des Halles)

UPMARKET FICTION “The result is splendid. We tremble with Maurice. We hope with him. Oh! He is strong, this Momo of Les Halles!” – Le Parisien “The story is very strong. Momo has moved me a lot” – Eliette Abecassis “Momo of Les Halles deserves to be counted among the best novels of the year.” […]

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Fidelities (Les fidélités)

LITERARY FICTION Consumed by guilt, a husband and father forces himself to make an impossible choice between his wife and his mistress. “A portrait like a mirror exploded into fragments, in which we’ll all recognize ourselves a bit, whether we’re the one who cheated or who got cheated on, or neither one or the other, […]

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Adventures of a Young Divorcee (Tribulations d’une Jeune divorcée)

FICTION – HUMOR Contains new illustrations by the author! Deborah, a young housewife, submissive and dependent, divorces after discovering her husband cheating on her. She then finds herself in the life of a head of the family and working woman she had always ignored. The adventures keep coming for Deborah, who will have to learn […]

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Anaïs Nin: Naked Under the Mask (Anais Nin, Masquée et si nue)

  FICTIONALIZED BIOGRAPHY  A tribute to the world’s first female erotic writer Anaïs Nin was born in France en 1903. It’s her father, disappointed to have a daughter, who chose this ambiguous name. An esthete and perverse pianist, Joaquin Nin abandoned his wife and children ten years later. Teenager haunted by literature then frustrated wife […]

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Quarter Share

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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Berlin Gothic

THRILLER Originally published independently as 7 installments, BERLIN GOTHIC was the first self-published series to have sold over 100,000 copies in Germany! Current sales reach 125,000 copies. Long after the Iron Curtain has crumbled, an invisible wall remains between the good citizens of Berlin and those who dwell in the city’s dark underbelly. And one family—the Bentheims—straddles […]

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Animae (4-title series)

FANTASY SERIES  • Initially a digitally published series with Editions de l’épée, which knew a great success on the web • A charming heroine with boundless energy and humor, equipped with a sharp sense of distribution, able to purr with her love as well as tear the throat of her enemies 22-year-old Lou works in […]

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