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Vaso Nikolopoulou, Kleoniki Dougé

Paris, 1975. While sifting through condolence letters after her mother's death, Camille finds a long, handwritten missive that she assumes came by mistake. But every Tuesday brings another installment from a stranger named Louis, a man separated from his first love, Annie, in the years before World War II. In his tale, Annie falls victim to the merciless plot of a wealthy, barren couple just as German troops arrive in Paris. But also awaiting Camille's discovery is the other side of the story - one that calls into question Annie's innocence and reveals the devastating consequences of revenge. As Camille reads on, she realizes that her own life may be the next chapter in this tragic story.

Pages: 248

Η γκαρσονιέρα

Hélène Grémillon

Translation:  Mina Pateraki- Garefi


This novel is based on a true story. The events took place in Argentina, Buenos Aires. We are in August 1987, it is winter. The seasons are not the same everywhere, humans though are. 

Pages: 343

ISBN: 978-960-6893-27-8

Price: 15.00€


Translation: Tilla Balli

Costa Book Award Winner for Biography
Galaxy National Book Award Winner (New Writer of the Year Award)

Edmund de Waal is a world-famous ceramicist. Having spent thirty years making beautiful pots—which are then sold, collected, and handed on—he has a particular sense of the secret lives of objects. When he inherited a collection of 264 tiny Japanese wood and ivory carvings, called netsuke, he wanted to know who had touched and held them, and how the collection had managed to survive.
And so begins this extraordinary moving memoir and detective story as de Waal discovers both the story of the netsuke and of his family, the Ephrussis, over five generations. A nineteenth-century banking dynasty in Paris and Vienna, the Ephrussis were as rich and respected as the Rothchilds. Yet by the end of the World War II, when the netsuke were hidden from the Nazis in Vienna, this collection of very small carvings was all that remained of their vast empire.
Pages: 422
ISBN: 978-960-6893-21-6
Price: 16.00€


Conjugal Happiness Tahar Ben Jelloun
Translation: Mina Pateraki- Garefi

What is marital happiness in a society where marriage is a statute? Often is nothing more than a sham, an illusion maintained by timidity or respect for social agreements. Through this novel we can see the arguments between two sides of the same story.

pages: 365
ISBN: 978-960-6893-24-7
price: €15.00



Nancy Horan

Translation: Tilla Mpali


I have been standing on the side of life, watching it float by.

I want to feel the current. “So writes Mamah Borthwick Cheney in her diary as the struggles to justify her clandestine love affair with Frank Lloyd Wright. Four years earlier, in 1903, Mamah and her husband, Edwin, had commissioned the renowned architect to design a new home for them. During the construction of the house, a powerful attraction developed between Mamah and Frank, and in time the lovers, each married with children, embarked on a course that would shock Chicago society and forever change their lives.


Format: 14 x 20.5 

Pages: 456

ISBN: 978-960-6893-14-8

Price: € 15.00

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