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  • P.S. from Paris by Marc Levy
    Marc Levy returns to his roots with this irresistible comedy about love and friendship. English translation available. "A charming and lively story. T...


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  • The Last of our Kind by Adélaïde de Clermont-Tonnerre
    The Last of our Kind is an impossible love story - at a time when everything seemed possible. Grasset will publish in the Fall this sweeping,...


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  • Invincible Summer by Alice Adams
    Out this June, this debut novel is already receiving great praise: "The story of what happens when things get real." - Tom Perrotta, The Leftover...


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AUTHOR PROFILES
  • Daniel de la Falaise
    Daniel de la Falaise trained as a chef at Harry's Bar in London, later opening George Club in London's Mayfair with his great uncle Mark Birley, "The King of Clubs". Today, he works as a private chef, growing many of his ingredients on his farm in southwest France. He has been profiled in T The New York Times Style MagazineThe Wall Street Journal, and Town & Country.

  • Stephen Clarke
    Stephen Clarke was born in St Albans, England, and grew up in Bournemouth ("England's answer to Malibu"), where he played bass in some of the worst rock bands in musical history before leaving town to study French and German at Oxford. He gained a first-class degree in Modern Languages, but refused to go for interviews with any big companies, and was told by his tutor, "if you have any children, don't send them here."  The tutor has since died.