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It is with great pleasure that I present the first catalogue from World Editions Ltd., an international publisher of literary fiction and non-fiction. World Editions distinguishes itself by unlocking literature from all cultures, all over the world. In 1983, I founded De Geus, a Dutch independent literary publishing house. My aim was to publish high quality, international fiction. I wanted the program to be a reflection of society, and to feature authors from all walks of life. I remain dedicated to these principles. To date, De Geus has published more than 2,500 titles and translated novels from about one hundred countries, including novels by fourteen Nobel Prize laureates. It is this extraordinary intercultural experience that we now bring to World Editions. Beginning in January 2015, World Editions aims to publish the most promising international literary titles in English. The emphasis will be on translations from the Netherlands and international fiction from all over the world. World Editions will bring some truly remarkable authors to the global market by translating their work into English. In this way, new literary work of high quality can be read all over Europe and beyond.

At present, World Editions has acquired over thirty titles, from ten different countries and languages, to be translated into English, encompassing some outstanding literary works as well as some more commercial, but no less brilliant, quick reads - we appreciate both a literary gem and a good story. These are the two pillars on which we base our publishing policy. The books will be packaged and designed in a distinctive and attractive format, ideal for book-lovers seeking inspiring new additions to their collections. I am very pleased to have teamed up with Turnaround, our UK distributor, with the excellent PR Collective and with our partners in the Netherlands and Belgium.

Eric Visser, managing director and publisher World Editions Ltd.


Craving Esther Gerritsen

Craving

Š Patricia BÜrger

Esther Gerritsen (The Netherlands, 1972), originally a playwright, is an established writer who made her literary debut in 2000. Craving was nominated for the Libris Literature Prize, the Opzij Prize and the Dioraphte Literary Award.

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The relationship between Coco and her mother Elisabeth is uneasy to say the least. When they run into each other by chance, Elisabeth casually tells Coco that she is terminally ill. As Coco moves in with her mother and takes care of her, aspects of their troubled relationship come to the fore once again. Elisabeth tries her best to conform to the image of a caring mother, but struggles to deal with Coco’s erratic behaviour and unpredictable moods.

4 “With its deceptively simple but extraordinary language and its sophisticated humour, Craving is a small gem amongst recent Dutch literature. Dialogues that say much more than they say, characters we learn to know much better than they know themselves. Esther Gerritsen is the kind of writer whose entire oeuvre you want to read after reading just one book, or no, after reading just one page.� — Herman Koch , author of The Dinner “Craving is a razor-sharp psychological duet, with the mother’s deathbed as the apotheosis.�—Libris Literature Prize

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd. Original title: Dorst First published by: De Geus Translation from Dutch: Michele Hutchison

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Size: 135 x 214 mm Pages: 192 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 007 3 Price: ÂŁ9.99 / â‚Ź13,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 008 0 Price e-book: ÂŁ6.99 / â‚Ź9,99 Available: 8th January 2015

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Esther Gerritsen ‘With its deceptively simple but extraordinary language and its sophisticated humour, Craving is a small gem amongst recent Dutch literature.’ –– Herman Koch, author of The Dinner


Saturday’s Shadows Ayesha Harruna Attah

The protagonists of Saturday’s Shadows experience the fine line between sanity and madness as they try to find and hold on to love in the volatile world of 1990s West Africa. After a seventeen-year military dictatorship, a country tries to find its footing while the members of the middle class Avoka family lurch towards destruction. They live in a politically complex climate, a time so tenuous that the country could easily dip back into its military past.

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Š Channing Johnson

Ayesha Harruna Attah (Ghana, 1983) moved to the US at the age of seventeen, where she studied at Columbia University and received a MFA in Creative Writing from NYU. Her first novel, Harmattan Rain, was shortlisted for the 2010 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize. She recently moved back to Ghana.

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“Such is the dexterity of Ayesha Harruna Attah – she melds and merges disparate topics and issues into a coherent and palatable narrative whole with muscular and vibrant storytelling.� —Mohammed Nassehu-Ali, author of The Prophet of Zongo Street

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd.

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Size: 135 x 214 mm Pages: 352 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 043 1 Price: ÂŁ11.99 / â‚Ź16,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 044 8 Price e-book: ÂŁ7.99 / â‚Ź9,99 Available: 8th January 2015

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AYESHA HARRUNA ATTAH

“Saturday’s Shadows is an affecting book. Ultimately, it’s a story of hope.�–– Chinelo Okparanta, author of Happiness, Like Water

This multi-voiced novel shows that tenderness can persist even when everything else is being torn apart.


The Helios Disaster Linda BostrĂśm KnausgĂĽrd

Linda BostrĂśm KnausgĂĽrd

Š Cato Lein

Linda BostrĂśm KnausgĂĽrd (Sweden, 1972), author and poet, made her critical breakthrough in 2011 with the short-story collection Grand Mal. The Helios Disaster, her first novel, was awarded the Mare Kandre Award. Linda BostrĂśm KnausgĂĽrd is married to Karl Ove KnausgĂĽrd.

‘Passionate, refined and as clear as cool water.’–––―Aftonbladet

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The Helios Disaster is a mythical tale in which a father gives birth to a twelve-year-old girl, splitting his head in the process. Father and daughter are separated. The girl is placed into foster care and comes under the spell of the Pentecostal movement. When she starts speaking in tongues, she’s admitted to a psychiatric ward. The girl longs to meet her father, and once they have found each other again, the question of who the girl and her father are draws nearer. So close that the gods start to long for them. So much that eventually they cause the Helios disaster in order to bring them home.

“BostrĂśm KnausgĂĽrd’s authorship keeps getting better and better.â€? –Dagens Nyheter

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“It is simple and it is grand, the story about the girl who came too close to the sun. The Helios Disaster shines!�―—Kulturnytt, Sveriges Radio P1 (Swedish public radio) “ The Helios Disaster is a dense, tender, painful novel written in a prose which, always poetic, touches, shakes and makes a mess.�—Helsingborgs Dagblad

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd. Original title: Helioskatastrofen First published by: Modernista Translation from Swedish: Rachel Willson-Broyles

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Size: 135 x 214 mm Pages: 128 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 021 9 Price: ÂŁ9.99 / â‚Ź13,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 022 6 Price e-book: ÂŁ6.99 / â‚Ź8,99 Available: 12th February 2015

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Gliding Flight Anne-Gine Goemans

Inventive, dreamy Gieles lives with his father and a flock of geese on a spotters’ campground next to an airstrip. Gieles is longing for affection – from the mysterious dreadlocked girl he has met online, and also from his mother, who is always away on hopeless missions to save the world. With an ingenious but dangerous plan he tries to attract their attention.

“The Dutch Annie Proulx.�― –Opzij orld Editions

Š Patricia BÜrger

Gliding Flight is the second novel of Anne-Gine Goemans (the Netherlands, 1971). It was awarded the Dioraphte Literary Award and the German M Pionier Award for new literary talent. It also appeared on the longlist for the prestigious Libris Literature Prize and will be made into a film.

10 “A captivating story about a heart-warming adolescent.� —Algemeen Dagblad “Glijvlucht (Gliding Flight) by Anne-Gine Goemans is a well-balanced, complete novel that stands out because of its many themes and quirky, eccentric characters, whose tragicomic character traits are movingly identifiable.�— Jury Dioraphte Literary Award

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd. Original title: Glijvlucht First published by: De Geus Translation from Dutch: Nancy Forest-Flier

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Size: 135 x 214 mm Pages: 448 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 009 7 Price: ÂŁ11.99 / â‚Ź16,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 010 3 Price e-book: ÂŁ7.99 / â‚Ź9,99 Available: 8th January 2015

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‘The Dutch Annie Proulx’ –– OPZIJ


A Storm Blew in from Paradise Johannes Anyuru

A Storm Blew in from Paradise

A Storm Blew in from Paradise is both the story of Anyuru’s Ugandan father P, and of Anyuru himself. P makes a promising start as a fighter-pilot, but no matter what he does or where he goes, he is unable to escape his fate. He finds himself a refugee, on the run like a hunted animal – while his only dream is to fly. Anyuru, growing up as a first-generation Swede, cannot seem to leave the past behind either.

‘A strikingly beautiful novel.’ ––– Aftonbladet

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Š Mercies May

Johannes Anyuru (Sweden, 1979), son of a Ugandan father and a Swedish mother, is a multifaceted novelist and poet. A Storm Blew in from Paradise enjoyed immense success in Sweden and was awarded the Svenska Dagbladet’s Literature Prize and the Aftonbladet Literature Prize 2012.

12 “This novel is a shining example of literature’s ability to give its readers a new perspective on the world.�—Swedish Book Review

Sold over 44,000 copies in Sweden

“A personal and universal novel about fatherlessness and identity, about the power of violence and about how we are all prisoners of time.�—Aftonbladet

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd. Original title: En storm kom frĂĽn paradiset First published by: Norstedts Translation from Swedish: Rachel Willson-Broyles

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Size: 135 x 214 mm Pages: 256 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 003 5 Price: ÂŁ10.99 / â‚Ź15,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 004 2 Price e-book: ÂŁ7.49 / â‚Ź9,99 Available: 12th February 2015

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Yo-Yo Steinunn SigurĂ°ardĂłttir

One day while cancer specialist Martin is examining the tumour of one of his patients, he discovers it looks just like a bright red yo-yo. From that moment on, Martin cannot shake off the image of the yo-yo, which brings back the memory of a traumatic experience from his childhood. A drama of betrayal and friendship unfolds, brilliantly told by one of Iceland’s most acclaimed authors.

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Š David Ignaszewski

Steinunn SigurĂ°ardĂłttir (Iceland, 1950) used to work as a journalist and radio reporter, until she quit her job in 1982 to fully focus on her writing. She has become one of the most translated contemporary Icelandic authors, and is often compared to Nobel Prize winner HalldĂłr Laxness.

14 “SigurĂ°ardĂłttir’s humour and playful, extremely imaginative style make reading her work a real treat – comparable to HalldĂłr Laxness in his best days.â€? — Politiken “No word is superfluous, no word is missing, nothing has been overstated, nothing understated, and the effect is so powerful that it raises the hair on the back of the reader’s neck.â€?— FrĂŠttablaĂ°iĂ°.

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd. Original title: JĂłjĂł First published by: Bjartur Translation from Icelandic: Rory McTurk

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Pages: 192 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 053 0 Price: ÂŁ9.99 / â‚Ź13,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 054 7 Price e-book: ÂŁ6.99 / â‚Ź8,99 Available: 16th March 2015

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“A masterpiece.â€? –FrĂŠttablaĂ°iĂ°


The Darkness that Divides Us Renate Dorrestein Comparable to the work of Ali Smith and Jeanette Winterson

Lucy is a young girl who grows up happily in a peaceful Dutch village, until one day a bizarre crime rocks her world. Lucy’s friends turn on her, and from one day to the next she becomes a much-bullied scapegoat. When her mother is sent to prison for murder, Lucy and her “unclesâ€? leave the village to start over in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, where she soon becomes as popular as she used to be back home. But even here, in this remote corner of the world, the past has a way of catching up with her‌

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Š Frank Ruiter

Renate Dorrestein (1954, The Netherlands) is a best-selling author. Her novels have twice been nominated for the IMPAC Literary Award and her novel A Heart of Stone was a Barnes & Noble “Discover Great New Writers� selection. Her novels have been made into films and translated into fifteen languages.

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ear tbreakingly unsent imental.’ ‘ Pr o f o u n d l y o r i g i n a l a n d h d a y o n A H e a r t o f S to n e S –– The Independent on un

“A real thriller, with an unexpected culprit at the end.� —HP/De Tijd on The Darkness that Divides Us “Beautifully written, with a dry humour that offsets the darkness of its subject.�―—The Times on A Heart of Stone

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd. Original title: Het duister dat ons scheidt First published by: Uitgeverij Contact Translation from Dutch: Hester Velmans

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Pages: 384 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 041 7 Price: ÂŁ11.99 / â‚Ź16,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 042 4 Price e-book: ÂŁ7.99 / â‚Ź9,99 Available: 23rd April 2015

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The Woman who Fed the Dogs Kristien Hemmerechts

The Woman who Fed the Dogs

Š Mike Nicolaassen

Kristien Hemmerechts (Belgium, 1955) has an extensive body of work which includes twenty novels, collections of short stories and some autobiographical essays in which she does not shy away from controversy. Hemmerechts was awarded the Flemish State Prize and the Frans Kellendonk Prize, both for her complete oeuvre.

‘Even though the fictionalisation of this true story seems minimal, its execution is certainly sophisticated.’ –– Vrij Nederland

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Odette is the most hated woman in Belgium. She spends her days in jail, for being an accomplice to a horrifying offence that she was dragged into by her husband. Who is this woman? Why did she never stop him? Does she deserve a second chance, or is she an unscrupulous monster? The Woman who Fed the Dogs is based on the story of Michelle Martin, ex-wife of killer and paedophile Marc Dutroux. With this novel, Kristien Hemmerechts does not want to justify Michelle’s actions, but rather to reconstruct the gruesome events from her point of view.

Based on the true story of Michelle Martin, ex-wife of killer Marc Dutroux

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“And then suddenly it befalls you: you feel compassion for her. But why, for goodness’ sake? Because she is prepared to do anything for M. while he never notices? No: because it has been written down so terribly well.�—Zin “This novel had been written completely from Odette’s perspective. The result is a disturbing book; the reader can barely escape from her thoughts, there is no leaning back.� —Opzij

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd. Original title: De vrouw die de honden eten gaf First published by: De Geus Translation from Dutch: Paul Vincent

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Pages: 224 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 033 2 Price: ÂŁ10.99 / â‚Ź15,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 034 9 Price e-book: ÂŁ7.49 / â‚Ź8,99 Available: 30th April 2015

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The Afghan Vampires Book Club Gary Barker & Michael Kaufman

Š Ali Kazimi

In the 25th year of the US-Afghan War, US forces suffer their single largest loss: more than two hundred massacred by unknown combatants, with no survivors. Rumours circulate that one soldier made it out: Captain Tanner Jackson. Tracing his story, British journalist John Fox winds his way through the underground world of discarded vets, past incursions into Afghanistan and untold blowbacks. His investigation leads him to a cave where Captain Jackson is held hostage by a combatant unlike any seen before. Part science fiction mystery, part social media fable, The Afghan Vampires Book Club is as frenetic, disturbing and heart-wrenching as the Afghan war itself.Â

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd., represented by Pontas Agency

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Pages: 288 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 049 3 Price: ÂŁ10.99 / â‚Ź15,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 050 9 Price e-book: ÂŁ7.49 / â‚Ź8,99 Available: 7th May 2015

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Thrilling, intense and very contemporary

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Š Liesbeth Kuipers

Gary Barker (US, 1961) is a writer, educational psychologist and human rights activist. He is the founder of Promundo, an organisation that works in Latin America and Africa to engage men in ending violence against women. Michael Kaufman (US, 1951), co-founder of the White Ribbon Campaign, has been working for over thirty years as an educator and writer focused on engaging men and boys to promote gender equality and transform masculinity.

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The Afghan Vampires Book Club

‘A riveting story of love and war‌ A marriage of American Sniper and Heart of Darkness. I read it straight through in one sitting.’ —JANE FONDA


Ventoux Bert Wagendorp

During the summer of 1982, six friends – five boys, one girl – climb the legendary Mont Ventoux on their bicycles. A tragic accident claims the life of one of them, the promising poet Peter. Thirty years later, the others find themselves travelling into their past, with their racing bicycles strapped to the car roof, and their inner demons trailing behind them, off to Provence again. What exactly happened on that mountain thirty years ago, and why are they going back?

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Š Annaleen Louwes

Bert Wagendorp (The Netherlands, 1956) has covered many cycling events for newspaper de Volkskrant, and co-founded a Dutch cycling magazine. Since 1995, he has also become a successful author. Ventoux (2013) has sold over 140,000 copies.

22 “Wagendorp presents his readers with scenes of hilarity and raw conflict (and some fascinating facts), to the rhythm of delightfully clear, compact sentences. In Ventoux, he pulls off the feat of writing a novel you can easily identify with.�— De Morgen (****)

Sold over 140,000 copies

“Hilarious, stirring, feel–good.�―— NRC Handelsblad (****)

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd. Original title: Ventoux First published by: Atlas Contact Translation from Dutch: Paul Vincent

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Pages: 288 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 055 4 Price: ÂŁ10.99 / â‚Ź15,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 056 1 Price e-book: ÂŁ7.49 / â‚Ź8,99 Available: 21st May 2015

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Mr. Miller Charles den Tex

MR. MILLER

Michael Bellicher is working for a successful consultancy agency and has everything going for him. During a night spent at work, he witnesses something that he should never have seen. Michael has to flee to try and escape the powerful system behind this operation. But with every step he takes, he is followed by the mysterious Mr. Miller who seems to know almost everything about him. Slowly but surely, Michael discovers how much his life is ruled by technology. “Charles den Tex is our national writer of the corporate thriller in a very personal style. Den Tex’s language is a miracle of observation and precision, which often leads to humour.�— NRC Handelsblad

CHARLES DEN TEX

T H E U LTI M AT E I N T ER N E T CO N S P I R AC Y

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Š Liesbeth Kuipers

Charles den Tex (Australia, 1952) is a highly acclaimed author. He is a three time winner of the Golden Noose. His novel CEL was longlisted for the Libris Literature Prize 2009. The rights of Mr. Miller have been sold to Germany, Italy and Turkey. In November of 2010, it was broadcasted on Dutch television.

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“Because of the rare combination of a spotless style, the sympathy for the dangers that the protagonist faces, the suspense and, despite it all, the hero’s undiminished ability to put his situation in perspective, the Golden Noose 2006 goes to Mr. Miller by Charles den Tex.� —Jury report for the Golden Noose Award

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd. Original title: De macht van meneer Miller First published by: De Geus Translation from Dutch: Nancy Forest-Flier

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Pages: 448 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 011 0 Price: ÂŁ11.99 / â‚Ź16,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 012 7 Price e-book: ÂŁ7.99 / â‚Ź9,99 Available: 1st June 2015

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The Summer of Kim Novak Hükan Nesser Š Sven Paustian

Hükan Nesser (Sweden, 1950) is one of Sweden’s most famous crime writers. His books have been awarded several prizes and made into TV series and films. The work of Hükan Nesser is published in more than fifteen countries.

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Fourteen-year old Erik and his friend Edmund spend their vacation by a Swedish lake, day-dreaming about Ewa, a young teacher who looks just like actress Kim Novak. When Ewa’s fiancÊ is found dead, Erik’s brother is the prime suspect at first, but the actual killer is never found. Twenty-five years later, when Erik happens to come across an article about unsolved crimes, he is overwhelmed by memories about that summer. What happened back then?

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“With this novel, HĂĽkan Nesser offers quality on all fronts: his book has humour, drama, an amazing style, and in the second part of the novel, a hint of suspense beneath the surface.â€?—Algemeen Dagblad (*****) “One of the foremost Swedish crime authors.â€?—The Times

English rights worldwide: World Editions Ltd. Original title: Kim Novak badade aldrig i Genesarets sjĂś First published by: Albert Bonniers FĂśrlag Translation from Swedish: Saskia Vogel

Binding: paperback, round corners, ribbon marker Pages: 224 BIC code: FA ISBN: 978 94 6238 025 7 Price: ÂŁ9.99 / â‚Ź13,99 ISBN e-book: 978 94 6238 026 4 Price e-book: ÂŁ6.99 / â‚Ź8,99 Available: 15th June 2015

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“Mr. Nesser has seized his chance to create his own dark poetry from these stark materials, and the effect is haunting.�― –The Wall Street Journal about Woman with Birthmark


Steinunn Sigurðardóttir

A Storm Blew in from Paradise

MR. MILLER CHARLES DEN TEX

‘A strikingly beautiful novel.’ ––– Aftonbladet

T H E U LTI M AT E I N T ER N E T CO N S P I R AC Y

YO YO

Craving

Esther Gerritsen

Gary Barker Michael Kaufman

The Afghan Vampires Book Club

‘With its deceptively simple but extraordinary language and its sophisticated humour, Craving is a small gem amongst recent Dutch literature.’ –– Herman Koch, author of The Dinner

‘A riveting story of love and war… A marriage of American Sniper and Heart of Darkness. I read it straight through in one sitting.’ —JANE FONDA

Linda Boström Knausgård ‘Passionate, refined and as clear as cool water.’–––―Aftonbladet

The Woman who Fed the Dogs ‘Even though the fictionalisation of this true story seems minimal, its execution is certainly sophisticated.’ –– Vrij Nederland

The Helios Disaster

‘The Dutch Annie Proulx’ –– OPZIJ

Kristien Hemmerechts


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