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  • The Last of the Stanfields by Marc Levy
    The reviews are outstanding for Marc Levy's 18th, which has gone straight to the top of the lists. Set between 1944 France, 1980s freewheeling Baltimo...

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  • Your Second Life Begins When You Realize that You Only Have One
    Susanna Lea Associates is representing English language and film rights on behalf of Editions Eyrolles for this hugely celebrated feel-good novel whic...

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  • Adélaïde de Clermont-Tonnerre
    Adélaïde de Clermont-Tonnerre is a journalist and novelist based in Paris. Her first novel (Fourrure) was published to much acclaim, won five literary prizes and was a finalist for the Goncourt prize for début fiction. The Last of Our Kind is her second novel.

  • 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.