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Asia is wide enough to be our only concern
This is the major precept of the edition Philippe Picquier.

Created in 1986, les Editions Philippe Picquier are celebrating their 20th anniversary with more than 800 titles on a catalogue that includes Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese literature. Philippe Picquier is a generalist publisher of Asia : his editing field covers classical and modern literature, essays, detective stories, artbooks, childrenŐs books, comics and manga. Gradually, the geographic editorial field has been widened with publications from India and Pakistan.

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Doctor Pork hogs the scene by TRAN-NHUT
Doctor Pork hogs the scene
272 pages / 19,00 € / ISBN : 87730-919-6

When Doctor Pork accepts to take charge of the Court of Justice in the absence of Mandarin Tan, he is suddenly confronted with a sudden death that compels him to stick his nose into an old case. But things are not as easy as it seemed...
Fortunately Doctor Pork is a man of many talents and under his examinations felons tend to squeal like a stuck pig before spilling the beans.
Published 2007-01-18

Troubles in Mahabalipuram by Sarah DARS
Sarah DARS
Troubles in Mahabalipuram
208 pages / 6,50 € / ISBN : 87730-503-1

by Sarah Dars
original title : Ramdam à Mahabalipuram
208 pages
11 X 17 cms
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Who could have a grudge against Sumitra, the young souvenirs seller on the touristy beach of Mahabalipuram ? She is so discreet that no one remarks her, and that Doc never realized she was watching him with loving eyes.
Published 2001-05-25

Dead woman in the Bombay Express by Sarah DARS
Sarah DARS
Dead woman in the Bombay Express
246 pages / 7,00 € / ISBN : 87730-602-X

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Doc, the Brahman who knows how to manage with his caste precepts, travels on the Bombay Express with his friend Arjun. During the journey, a woman is burned alive in her first class compartment. Accident, murder or ritual sati ? His investigations lead us through Bollywood’s studios and their multiple castes fights.
Published 2002-05-27

Malabar Connection by Sarah DARS
Sarah DARS
Malabar Connection
246 pages / 7,00 € / ISBN : 87730-726-3

Who has a stake in disturbing the great sacrifice which takes place in Ponnani in honour of a famous fencing master’s 100th birthday ? One of the 108 members has disappeared : what happened to him ? What should the others expect ? Should the anger of
Published 2004-06-01

Brawl on Ooty by Sarah DARS
Sarah DARS
Brawl on Ooty
276 pages / 7,00 € / ISBN : 87730-661-5

by Sarah Dars
original title : Rififi à Ooty
276 pages
11 X 17 cms
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Death prowls on the very chic altitude resort of Ootacamund, in South Asia, where Doc has come on family holidays.
Published 2003-05-26

Death in Hyderabad by Sarah DARS
Sarah DARS
Death in Hyderabad
224 pages / 6,50 € / ISBN : 87730-498-1

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For matters of inheritance, Doc Leaves Madras for Hyderâbâd. There, a strange atmosphere reigns in the streets, and the back shops. The Brahman Detective finds himself involved in the dubious manoeuvres of the local mafia.
Published 2000-06-19

Sleepless night in Madras by Sarah DARS
Sarah DARS
Sleepless night in Madras
168 pages / 6,00 € / ISBN : 87730-476-0

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In the middle of the Dîvâpalî festival, the young Suryâ Mitar disappears surreptitiously in the suburb of Madras. Elopement ? Murder ? Kidnapping ? As a family friend; Doc decides to investigate. On his way, he meets Gopan, the police inspector, Gokul the shopkeeper, and above all, Kâli’s adorers.
Published 2000-02-24

Cops in Zhengzhou by ZHANG Yu
Cops in Zhengzhou
416 pages / 9,50 € / ISBN : 87730-699-2

Have you ever heard of Zhengzhou ? No ? Quite normal, as this is a modest Chinese city of fifteen million inhabitants. Two policemen a bit loosers but pure hearted, hurt down pickpockets while trying to understand the new rules of capitalism, fight against insidious corruption, watch the blocks of sprouting from the vestiges of closed state factories…
Still riding their bicycle, they discover a new world where the new city kings’s gleaming cars pass by, while reading Mao again, without knowing whether to applaud or cry.
Published 2004-01-28

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176 pages / 21,00 € / ISBN : 87730-816-2

Photographies by Maja Smend
Coedition with “Agir pour le Cambodge”

20X26 cms/160 pages/coloured & B&W illustrations

The Cambodian cuisine takes its roots in the Kingdom of Angkor, cradle of the Khmer civilisation, and was perpetuated through generations.
Published 2005-11-01

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