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Éditions Michel Lafon

French publisher

Michel Lafon Publishing (formerly Éditions Michel Lafon) is a French independent publishing house of fiction and non-fiction founded by Michel Lafon in 1980. Originally launched to publish popular quality non-fiction, with a focus on memoirs, for the general market, it now publishes around 150 books a year across a wide range of subjects, including history, politics, current affairs, popular science and psychology, as well as literary and commercial fiction, crime fiction and suspense, illustrated books and graphic novels, and children's titles. Among the writers on the Michel Lafon Publishing list are J. J. Abrams, Jay Asher, David Bowie, Geneviève Brisac, Didier van Cauwelaert, Madeleine Chapsal, Maxime Chattam, Chris Colfer, Patricia Darré, Catherine Deneuve, Lorànt Deutsch, Delphine de Vigan, Peter Falk, Maxence Fermine, Joy Fielding, Pink Floyd, Philippe de Gaulle, John Gray, Antoine Griezmann, Kristin Hannah, Marek Halter, Michael Jackson, Sébastien Loeb, Winnie Mandela, Agnès Martin-Lugand, Paul McCartney, Sarah McCoy, Olivier Norek, Thomas Pesquet, Jordan B. Peterson, Jodi Picoult, Marie-Claude Pietragalla, Anne Rice, Keith Richards, Anne Robillard, Tatiana de Rosnay, Joann Sfar, Peter Singer, L. J. Smith, Nicholas Sparks, Rod Stewart, Pete Townshend, Abdoulaye Wade, Zep, Anthony E. Zuiker.
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