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La mort
Le papi d'Alice vient de mourir, et Alice se pose mille questions: souffre-t-il? A-t-il faim? soif? froid? S'ennuie-t-il? Son papa la rassure: "Le corps de Papi ne sent plus rien, ni les bobos ni les câlins. Il est mort, c'est tout.&qu

Unfinished Business
Tara Mitchell spent the majority of her teenage years blending in with the woodwork. Unnoticed, inhibited and extremely. docile. Now ten years later after she's blossomed into a woman with a bit more sway in her hips and confidence in her steps she's decided to embark on one goal, and one goal only, while at her high school reunion. Bagging Keith Brunson, her long time crush. It doesn't seem like too large of a task. Especially since she feels that they have unfinished business.

Songs in Ordinary Time
It's the summer of 1960 in Atkinson, Vermont. Maria Fermoyle is a strong but vulnerable divorced woman whose loneliness and ambition for her children make her easy prey for dangerous con man Omar Duvall. Marie's children are Alice, seventeen-involved with a young priest; Norm, sixteen-hotheaded and idealistic; and Benny, twelve-isolated and misunderstood, and so desperate for his mother's happiness that he hides the deadly truth he knows about Duvall. We also meet Sam Fermoyle, the children's alcoholic father; Sam's brother-in-law, who makes anonymous "love" calls from the bathroom of his failing appliance store; and the Klubock family, who-in contrast to the Fermoyles-live an orderly life in the house next door. Songs in Ordinary Time is a masterful epic of the everyday, illuminating the kaleidoscope of lives that tell the compelling story of this unforgettably family.

La fille à la vodka
L'addiction à l'alcool, la passion. Alice Duval avance pas à pas, telle une équilibriste. Alice est belle. A Paris, le monde lui sourit. Mais soudain, pour une raison mystérieuse, elle abandonne sa vie et part s'installer

Midnight Cactus
The best-selling author of Hunting Unicorns returns with a stirring and suspenseful tale of love and the quest for freedom, vividly set in the wild lands between Arizona and the Mexican border. On the run from her claustrophobic marriage in London, Alice Coleman moves her two small children to the American desert hoping to find the solitude she craves but hadn't thought possible. But the vast and unruly southwest has room for the dreams of more than one fugitive-from Benjamin, an abandoned mining town's Mexican caretaker, to the immigrants who risk their lives to cross the border, to the laconic cowboy Duval, who Alice finds herself falling for. What seemed idyllic turns deadly as Alice must decide how much she is willing to sacrifice in order to preserve not only her freedom, but Benjamin and Duvall's as well. Building to a blistering climax, Midnight Cactus is both a perilous love story and a compelling exploration of the tension between unrealized dreams and the pull of family.