Monthly Archives: July 2011

Library Europe 1: Selection of June

The books that the jury reads for you this month. After our library literature of women, the Library prepares your Europe one summer reading with a selection 100% thrillers. The Nine Dragons: an investigation of Harry Bosch Michael Connelly (Threshold … Continue reading

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The writer Francois Nourissier died

Member of the Académie Goncourt, novelist died Tuesday at age 83. He was the author of novels largely inspired by his own experience, dominated by self-hatred. The writer Francois Nourissier died at the age of 83. Dubbed the "eminence grise", … Continue reading

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French writers, kings of Europe

Four French rank among the top 20 best-selling authors in Europe. Muriel Barbery, Tatiana de Rosnay, Anna Gavalda, and Marc Levy, four French writers, included in the top 20 best-selling authors in Europe in 2010, according to the "Diversity Report … Continue reading

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