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Martin Winckler

Martin Winckler

Martin Winckler was born in Algiers in 1955. His family moved from there to Israel and then, in 1962, to France. Winckler obtained his medical degree in 1982 and opened his own office as general practitioner in 1983. He also worked part-time at a women’s health center for family planning. His first novel, La Maladie de Sachs was released in France in 1998 and became a surprise bestseller, with sales in excess of 600,000 copies. Winckler lives in a small city in provincial France.

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French : Popular Fiction

Ages 5-7

107798 L'enfant qui n'amait pas les livres £15.25  

French : Philosophy, Psychology, Religion


134741 Le choeur des femmes £12.95  
134175 Les brutes en blanc £11.95  

French : Popular Fiction

074740 Abraham et fils £11.50  
078673 Abraham et fils £21.95  
121849 En souvenir d'André £8.60  
122145 La vacation £8.90  
075511 Les histoires de Franz £20.95  

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