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Europa Editions is dedicated to bridging cultural divides by introducing fresh international voices into the North American and British marketplaces. Explore our diverse catalog by region and take in what the world has to offer.

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World Noir

  • Maurizio de Giovanni

    The Bottom of Your Heart

    2015, pp. 408, $ 18.00
    In this new installment in the Commissario Ricciardi series, a renowned surgeon falls to his death from his office window setting off an investigation...
  • Piergiorgio Pulixi

    The Night of the Panthers

    2015, pp. 288, $ 17.00
    An action-packed thriller about dirty cops and ruthless drug cartels
  • Tom Wright


    2015, pp. 288, $ 17.00
    From the author of CWA Dagger Award Finalist What Dies in Summer
  • Massimo Carlotto

    Gang of Lovers

    2015, pp. 208, $ 15.00
    A new installment in the popular Alligator series


  • Why Champagne?

    An excerpt from Amélie Nothomb's newest novel, Pétronille, is featured on Fiction Advocate.
  • Intern with Europa!

    Europa Editions is looking for individuals with a strong interest in the book industry and contemporary adult fiction to take part in an exciting, 5-month publishing internship.
  • First Ever "The Bridge" Prize in Fiction Awarded to Domenico Starnone

    Domenico Starnone has been awarded the first ever "The Bridge" book prize for his novel Lacci, to be published in the United States by Europa Editions in 2017.

Recent reviews

  • To be in your mid-twenties today often means being at a crossroads: the time between adventure and adulthood, between carelessness and commitment. In French author Anna Gavalda’s new work, “Life, Only Better,” (Europa, $17.00) this tumultuous time is on full display...
    — Laura Farmer Reviews, Nov 27 2015
  • In “Mathilde,” one of the two novellas that make up this book, a 24-year-old lives with twin sisters and works as a negative commenter on various websites. Her anonymous comments send site owners running to her brother-in-law to improve their web presence.
    — New York Times, Nov 25 2015
  • The fourth Neapolitan novel is featured on the Washington Post list of "Notable fiction books of 2015"
    — The Washington Post, Nov 18 2015
  • “I’ve been particularly influenced this year by the Elena Ferrante novels, the Neapolitan cycle. What I think is really fascinating about those novels is you’re highly aware as you’re reading them that you’re seeing the stories through the P.O.V. of Lenu...
    — New York Times, Nov 18 2015
  • Maurizio de Giovanni’s new novel, The Bottom of Your Heart: Inferno for Commissario Ricciardi, opens with a man falling to his death gracefully, as though in slow motion, his two-second plunge lasting five pages. It is a terrifying yet elegiac overture.
    — Barnes and Noble Review, Nov 18 2015
  • Some people would argue that forbidden love stories are the only love stories worth telling. The people who would argue that are probably not the kind of people you should date. Sure, a love story can be compelling if parents or society or circumstances deny the lovers...
    — Seattle Review of Books, Nov 17 2015
  • It is 1913, and a British expedition to Antarctica runs into disaster. Three members of the crew — Napps, a natural if overbearing leader; Millet-Bass, a physically imposing veteran of sea and ice; and Dinners, a young man inexperienced in everything to do with exploration...
    — New York Times Book Review, Nov 13 2015
  • Maurizio de Giovanni just keeps getting better and better. With this seventh novel in his series featuring Baron Luigi Alfredo Ricciardi di Malomonte, Commissario of Public Safety at the Royal Police Headquarters in Naples, he creates a new mystery...
    — Seeing the World Through Books, Nov 9 2015