The Last Black Cat

Sometimes to describe the mysteries of the human condition it needs a fairy tale rather than a philosophical text. Essentially, from Aesop to Phaedrus, until La Fontaine and Orwell's Animal Farm, the world of animals has always been an inexhaustible source of symbols and allegories useful for better understanding of the world and the relationships between human beings.
Additional to this great classics, there is now also The Last Black Cat of Trivizas Evghenios.

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Seven lives and One Great Love: the Memoirs of a Cat

If you are cat lovers, this book is made especially for you! In fact, a love story of big dimensions, pure and fearless that it make us understand the needs, the expectations and the prospects from who is not like us.

It was written by Lena Divani and translated in Spanish,Turkish,Italian,Romanian and Hebrew.

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The Late Night News

 

The first book about the cases of the Greek inspector Costas Haritos was published in 1995 in Greece and was translated into several languages. It got mainly positive critiques and was written by the famous Greek author Petros Markaris. The book is also called “Deadline in Athens”.

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