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Exterminated Angel
Gérald Godin gives us an astonishing first novel written in the tradition of the American...
The Trestler House
In this postmodern novel about shifting views of history, a young journalist covering the visit...
Maude
Maude is an artist. Bruno looks after her. Or does he sponge off her? Is...
Broke City
Jacques Renaud's Le casse, translated here as Broke City, is, if nothing else, an important...
The Sandwoman
Ouellette-Michalska's feminism is subtle. She understands that repression imprisons men as well as women ......
The Death of André Breton
The Death of Andre Breton is fiction which reads like a detective novel. The suspense,...
With this psychological thriller, award-winning author Fulvio Caccia continues a trilogy that began in 2004 with The Gothic Line. Jonathan and Leila are two strangers who meet coincidentally in Paris. Soon, their budding romance leads them to discover that they share more than attraction. A dark episode took place between them, and will send their reality into a downward spiral.

"There is something not quite right about the man seated at the Cafe de la Poste. He looks like a heron that has somehow managed to fold its long slender legs under the table."
The Coincidence

Fulvio Caccia, Robert Richard
2015
The Coincidence
In the Claws of the Cat
Farida
Fabio
Angelina's Lips
Isabelle's Notebooks
The Past at Our Feet
Images
Fabrizio's Passion
La Famille Gaetano
Moncton Mantra
The Golden Shower: Or What Men Want
The Stalinist's Wife