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    Un thriller électrisant - lorsqu'un enfant disparaît les masques tombent au sein d'une communauté paisible de Brooklyn.
    Nell, Francie et Colette font partie d'un groupe de jeunes mères de Brooklyn qui ont fait connaissance pendant leur grossesse. Le soir du 4 Juillet, pour échapper quelques heures à leur quotidien, elles décident d'organiser une virée dans un bar : un répit bienvenu en ce premier mois d'été caniculaire. Elles parviennent même à convaincre Winnie, la mère célibataire du groupe, de confier son nouveau-né à une baby-sitter. Mais lorsque Winnie rentre chez elle et découvre que son fils a disparu, la soirée tourne au drame.
    Dans un Brooklyn étouffant, alors que l'enquête piétine et que la police accumule les erreurs, Nell, Francie et Colette se lancent dans une course effrénée pour retrouver l'enfant.
    Jusqu'à ce que les médias s'emparent de l'affaire et fassent de leurs vies, en apparence si parfaites, le centre de toutes les attentions...
    En faisant exploser le vernis d'existences bien ordonnées, Aimee Molloy livre une critique grinçante des pressions subies par les mères dans notre société. un roman rare, à la fois captivant et pertinent.
    Un best-seller du New York Times dès sa première semaine de parution.

  • We all want different things. Francie wants to be the perfect mother. Nell wants to escape the past. Collette wants to spend more time with her family.All Winnie wants is to have her baby back.When Nell suggests a night out in Brooklyn to her new mums club, the others jump at the chance. But the evening takes a tragic turn when single mother Winnie learns that her six-week-old son Midas has been kidnapped.As the investigation hits a dead end, Nell, Collette and Francie make it their mission to succeed where the police are failing and bring baby Midas home. But as Winnie and those around her come under scrutiny from the media, damaging secrets come to light and friendships are pushed to the limit.Because people will do almost anything to protect the ones they love . . .

  • Dans une ville paisible des Etats-Unis, un psychologue disparaît. Le nouveau roman de la " maîtresse des fausses pistes " (Kirkus Review).Sam Statler et Annie Potter, fraîchement mariés, viennent de quitter New York pour s'installer la petite ville natale de Sam. Annie passe la plupart de ses journées seule et désoeuvrée tandis que Sam, thérapeute, reçoit ses patients -majoritairement féminins - dans son cabinet installé au rez-de chaussée de la maison. Ce que Sam ne sait pas, c'est qu'un conduit d'aération dans le plafond permet d'entendre tout ce qui se dit dans la chambre au-dessus. La femme du pharmacien qui aimerait divorcer. La peintre renommée qui n'est pas satisfaite au lit... Comment résister et ne pas écouter ? Mais un jour, juste après l'arrivée d'une nouvelle et mystérieuse patiente, Sam disparaît et la vie d'Annie s'écroule. Parviendra-t-elle à le retrouver à temps ?
    Un thriller psychologique étourdissant à la construction diabolique.

  • @20@NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE DIRECTED BY JON STEWART Previously published as@95@#160;@18@Then They Came for Me@19@@16@@21@@16@When Maziar Bahari left London in June 2009 to cover Iran@12@s presidential election, he assured his pregnant fianc@14@e, Paola, that he@12@d be back in just a few days, a week at most. Little did he know, as he kissed her good-bye, that he would spend the next three months in Iran@12@s most notorious prison, enduring brutal interrogation sessions at the hands of a man he knew only by his smell: Rosewater.@16@ @95@#160;@16@ For the Bahari family, wars, coups, and revolutions are not distant concepts but intimate realities they have suffered for generations: Maziar@12@s father was imprisoned by the shah in the 1950s, and his sister by Ayatollah Khomeini in the 1980s. Alone in his cell at Evin Prison, fearing the worst, Maziar draws strength from his memories of the courage of his father and sister in the face of torture, and hears their voices speaking to him across the years. He dreams of being with Paola in London, and imagines all that she and his rambunctious, resilient eighty-four-year-old mother must be doing to campaign for his release. During the worst of his encounters with Rosewater, he silently repeats the names of his loved ones, calling on their strength and love to protect him and praying he will be released in time for the birth of his first child.@16@ @95@#160;@16@ A riveting, heart-wrenching memoir, @18@Rosewater@19@ offers insight into the past seventy years of regime change in Iran, as well as the future of a country where the democratic impulses of the youth continually clash with a government that becomes more totalitarian with each passing day. An intimate and fascinating account of contemporary Iran, it is also the moving and wonderfully written story of one family@12@s extraordinary courage in the face of repression.@16@ @95@#160;@16@@20@@95@ldquo;I really connected to Maziar@12@s story. It@12@s a personal story but one with universal appeal about what it means to be free.@95@rdquo;@95@mdash;Jon Stewart@21@@16@ @95@#160;@16@ @95@ldquo;An important and elegant book . . . a prison memoir enlarged into a family history.@95@rdquo;@20@@95@mdash;@18@The New Republic@19@@21@@16@ @95@#160;@16@ @95@ldquo;Clear and compelling . . . engaging and informative@95@mdash;a gripping tribute to human dedication and a cogent indictment of a corrupt regime.@95@rdquo;@20@@95@mdash;@18@Washington Independent Review of Books@19@@21@@16@ @95@#160;@16@ @95@ldquo;[@18@Rosewater@19@] is not only a fascinating, human exploration into Bahari@12@s personal experience . . . it also provides insight into the shared experience of those affected by repressive governments everywhere.@95@rdquo;@20@@95@mdash;@18@Mother Jones@16@@19@@21@@16@@95@ldquo;A damning account . . . [@18@Rosewater@19@]@95@#160;turns a lens not only on Iran@12@s surreal justice system but on the history and culture that helped produce it.@95@rdquo;@20@@95@mdash;@18@The Washington Post@19@@21@@16@ @95@#160;@16@@95@ldquo;[@18@Rosewater@19@]@95@#160;is a unique achievement. It is a story not just of political cruelty (a subject Bahari treats movingly), but also about the two poles of Iranian political culture, bent together in upheaval.@95@rdquo;@20@@95@mdash;@18@The Guardian @19@(UK)@21@@16@ @95@#160;@16@ @95@ldquo;A beautifully written account of life in Iran, filled with insights not only into the power struggles and political machinations but into the personal, emotional lives of the people living in that complicated country. Maziar Bahari is a brave man and a wonderful storyteller.@95@rdquo;@20@@95@mdash;Fareed Zakaria@21@@16@@16@@16@@18@From the Trade Paperback edition.@19@

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