« Otages » by Nina Bouraoui – the striking portrait of a woman and the story of her liberation struggle - was awarded the prestigious Prix Anaïs Nin, after having been licensed in Sweden (Elizabeth Grate) and Spain (Destino).
The apocalyptic, yet highly topical, « Et toujours les forêts » by Sandrine Collette was sold in Italy (e /o) and World English (Europa). And while it won the Prix de la Closerie des Lilas, the book still is in the short list of the Grand Prix RTL/Lire et le prix des lecteurs L'Express/BFMTV.
Louise Mey’s literary noir « La Deuxième Femme », listed for the Prix Maison de la Presse, was sold to Pushkin Press/Vertigo, which will publish it in English worldwide.
Adèle Bréau’s latest work « Frangines », a bittersweet combination of family secrets and Provençal landscapes, has just been sold to Sekwa in Sweden.
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