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Women in Translation – My Favourites

  For Women in Translation Month, founder & organiser Meytal Radzinski is compiling a Top 100 Books by Women in Translation & is asking for your nominations. Here are five of my absolute favourites. All of the books listed below are … Continue reading

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Missing Person (by Patrick Modiano, read by Bronson Pinchot)

Written in a smoky, noir style with an existentialist flavour, Missing Person is a standout audiobook of 2015. The Missing Person is Guy Roland, a man with amnesia. Eight years ago he came to private detective C. M. Hutte for help in find out … Continue reading

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