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Now available at Editions Dedicaces: « The Angel’s Lounge », by Kane Lesser

ISBN : 978-1-77076-692-1
Format : 418 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Interior Ink : Black & white
Binding : Perfect-bound Paperback

To call Breck Stewart a musician would be a dangerous misnomer. The young billionaire mogul was so much more – a genius, a fashion plate, a world-renowned member of the legendary guitarist – Nobel Alden’s – band.

Life was not always so grand, and Breck never forgot the impoverished gutter from which he pulled him and his young family to the luck and the fame and the fortune.

Someone from the life he’d left had never forgotten it, either…and they were out to remind Breck of his meager existence for which they believed they were now owed a mortal fee.

From abusive childhood in Scotland to the Gold Coast of Chicago’s elite, Breck bound together with his closest friends to survive long enough to find the fiends that kidnapped his family…and those now out to take his life. Sacrificing himself on the streets of Chicago, offered as bait to those who could not resist the delicious temptation of taking his money and his power, he held close to his vests the cards that would trump the assassins’ plans.

The evil strangers underestimated the determination and willpower of someone whose life had been spent fighting seemingly insurmountable odds, and no risk was too great to bring his family back.


In her debut novel – the first of three in the Angel’s Series – award-winning author Kane Lesser brings you international intrigue, suspense, and passion in The Angel’s Lounge. This novel catapulted Kane into an extraordinary career in which she has been quickly recognized as an exceptionally talented writer. In addition to this being her third novel published, Kane has earned award-winning recognition for her fictional short stories and her debut novel was voted as one of 2017’s Best Reads by Wild Sound Festival. Her online blog at has reached and humored readers worldwide.

Kane Lesser is a native Midwesterner who has recently relocated to the Austin, Texas area to immerse herself in the food and music culture of the city as she continues to write.

Her interests in wine, cars, fashion and travel highlight and enhance her narrative thrillers. A worldwide traveler, Lesser previously lived on the small Channel Island of Guernsey and incorporates her many experiences into stories that have culminated over decades.

PRICE : 18.20 US$

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Now available at Editions Dedicaces: « The Day My Soul Spoke », by Jean-Yves Fortuny

Day-Soul-Spoke_FrontISBN : 978-1-77076-690-7
Format : 154 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Interior Ink : Black & white
Binding : Perfect-bound Paperback

At the age of sixty-five years old, Anselme is a retired nurse. Like everyone else, he’s his fair share of difficulties, and now he aspires to live a quiet life with his wife, Constance. But this year promises to be different than those before it, and a plot revolves around him: a mysterious invitation is sent to him, asking him to come to Paris during Christmastime.

The invitation says nothing about the purpose of this journey, which will lead him from discovery to discovery, and which will radically change the rest of his life.


Jean-YvesFortuny_675x900I wrote only for myself. The story stayed in my mind for many years. Why? That, I don’t know; it was probably an interpretation of the life I had elaborated in my mind during all this time. As time passed, I thought of the story omre and more; it had come to the point where there were so many questions that I had no choice but to find the answers. So, one fine morning, I decided to write this story. This was necessary; it was one of those days where renewal, where feelings of “Why not?”, were called for. At my job, when I was waiting for a client, I had time to kill—a little more than an hour. Convinced that this moment would come, whether sooner or later, I had planned ahead, and had bought a few notebooks. I opened one of them, and put pen to paper…

PRICE : 14.50 US$

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Now available at Editions Dedicaces: « The Shovel that Wept and Other Stories on the Unraveling of Modern-Day Sins », by Dania Al Husseini

ISBN : 978-1-77076-686-0
Format : 66 pages, 6 x 9 inches
Interior Ink : Black & white
Binding : Perfect-bound Paperback

« The Shovel That Wept and Other Stories on the Unraveling of Modern-Day Sins » is an Anthology of seven fictional short stories that centers on ‘sins’ which are evident in the 21st Century. At the heart of each story is the female, because in today’s world, she represents the persona of the ‘super-woman’. The purpose of this collection is not to discredit females. Its aim is to reveal that the notion of an ultra-heroine female can be challenged when she is observed in her natural environment and under natural circumstances. The female is known to be nurturing, kind, emotionally resilient, considerate and selfless. Using one ‘sin’ in each story, I explore how those familiar sentiments can unravel when they are veiled by modern-day ‘sins’.

In our modern societies, could there be such a thing as a good sin and a bad sin?


Dania Al Husseini is a Jordanian national living in the Gulf region, currently residing in the United Arab Emirates. She discovered her love of fiction writing about 15 years ago when she started writing poems for a Creative Writing class in university. Over the years, her writing has evolved to include short stories. Her education and career background are in Public Administration and Advertising, respectively.

Yet her moments of ‘flow’ always happen when she’s got a pen and paper in her hand.

PRICE : 13.25 US$

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