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Dédicace du dernier livre à Genève

Brigitte Kehrer sort son nouveau roman “Poudre d’Afrique” avec les Editions l’Harmattan et fera une séance de dédicace à Genève demain : http://www.apres-ge.ch/node/37466.  Pour plus d’information : http://www.editions-harmattan.fr/index.asp?navig=auteurs&obj=artiste&no=7096.

Voici l’affiche :Flyer L’harmattan-PoudreMars12

Brigitte sera à Paris en mai pour une séance de dédicace.  Détails à suivre prochainement.

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