BLACK WIDOW (VEUVE NOIRE)by Michel Quint
1918. The war is over. Edgar, who is starting a career as painting broker, stores at his girlfriend’s home a stock of artists’ canvas, among which Modigliani or Picasso. But Edgar disappears and leaves his canvas. Helped by a photograph who was gassed in the front, Edgar’s girlfriend investigates through the post war Paris. Her investigation leads her to a quadruple murder committed during the war…
Some of Michel Quint’s former novels have been published in Great Britain, USA, Netherlands, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Greece, Poland, Russia, Israel, Korea, China.
Thriller – 242 pages
TEA TIME (L’HEURE DU THÉ)by Chantal Forêt
In a restaurant in Paris, Nelly is waiting for her young sister whose she has been separated since their childhood. But Anne doesn't arrive. So Nelly decides to go to her sister’s home, in the centre of France. There she discovers a dark master house, at the bottom of an abandoned park, in which lives Paul, her sister's husband, and Alice, her mother-in-law. They tell her her sister died in a car accident three days earlier. But Alice's haughty and possessive behaviour pushes Nelly to stay to discover if it was really an accident.
Novel – 304 pages
SWEET CAROLINE’S WHIM (UN CAPRICE DE CAROLINE CHÉRIE)by Jacques Laurent
In SWEET CAROLINE, we followed Caroline’s adventures during the French Revolution. With SWEET CAROLINE’S WHIM we are in 1800. Caroline is now married, but her irresistible seduction power is still there and the handsome Livio will not resist.
A historical novel, absorbing and saucy, written by a great author.
Novel – 400 pages
THE MAZURKA OF WOMEN IN SEARCH OF LOVE AFFAIRS
(LA MAZURKA PERDUE DES FEMMES COURESSE)by Mérine Céco
Queen, a teenager in quest of her origins, hears her great-grandmother’s voice at night. It tells her in Creole her woman life made of misery and toil. With this first novel, Merine Cecco offers us a picturesque and dramatic fresco which blends history and social criticism to a background of relations between mainland France and the French West Indies.
Novel – 240 pages
HAPPINESS IN FIVE LIES (LE BONHEUR EN 5 MENSONGES)by Pascale Perrier
In HAPPINESS IN FIVE LETTERS, Chloé was 15 and had to learn to live without her mother who had just died. In HAPPINESS IN FIVE LIES, she is 20 and she has now to learn to live with lies and daily little cowardice.
Novel for young readers – 192 pages
THE MISTAKES AND OBJECTIONS IN THE BIBLE
(CONTRADICTIONS ET INVRAISEMBLANCES DE LA BIBLE)by Gerald Messadié
Mistakes and objections are very abundant in Bible. Gerald Messadié reveals more than 200 of these anomalies – which are most often due to the copyists’ clumsiness or the translators’ ignorance.
Essay – 336 pages
50 INNOVATIONS THAT WILL DISRUPT OUR LIFE BY 2050
(LES 50 INNOVATIONS QUI VONT BOULEVERSER NOTRE VIE D’ICI 2050)by Eric de Riedmatten
We discover thanks to this book innovations that will disrupt our life in the 40 years to come. All fields are covered: health, transports, energy, communication, ecology, technology, everyday life…
Essay – 304 pages
SECRETS AND MYSTERIES FROM EASTER ISLAND
(MYSTÈRES ET SECRETS DE L’ÎLE DE PÂQUES)by Gilles van Grasdorff
Easter Island and its moai, these monolithic human figures facing the ocean, fascinate and intrigue since their discovery in 1722. Gilles van Grasdorff recounts the story and delivers the secrets of one of the most isolated land in the world.
Spirituality – 368 pages
GOURMET STEAM COOKING IN 15 STAGES
(CUISINE VAPEUR GOURMANDE EN 15 ÉTAPES)by Marie Borrel
In 15 progressive stages, Marie Borrel explains how to made delicious steam meals. She explains advantages of this cooking method and gives numerous recipes.
Well-being – 194 pages
BLOOMING SEXUALITY IN 15 STAGES
(SEXUALITÉ ÉPANOUIE EN 15 ÉTAPES)by Claudie Caufour
In 15 progressive stages, Claudie Caufour helps women to better understand their sexuality and to replace their body at the centre of the sexual experience. She gives for that benevolent advices, without any taboo or sham.
Well-being – 208 pages