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2014's Goncourt laureate, Lydie Salvayre, is our 9th author to be featured during Women in Translation Month
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Blood Wedding has been shortlisted for the CWA International Dagger, the fifth time for Pierre Lemaitre's novels.
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As soldiers set sail for the fighting in Algeria, the legacy of the Second World War persists in this gripping tale of retribution and betrayal from one of Europe's leading crime writers
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The cult French social satire that has taken Europe by storm, and cast a penetrating light on the dark underbelly of modern urban life.
A new crime series with a difference: a brilliant police officer joins forces with a team of misfits to investigate decades-old unsolved crimes.
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