À l’étage offers a variety of bold, original works of fiction. Always captivating, our stories feature characters whose personal journeys grip readers from the very first pages.
Suspense, investigations, dark humour and human relations—the books of À l’étage deal with universal themes that reach out to readers from around the world who love thrills and excitement.
Noteworthy titles, such as L’homme qui détestait le golf by Sylvain Meunier, La chasse est ouverte by Chrystine Brouillet and L’enfant promis by Maureen Martineau have received outstanding critical and commercial success.
À l’étage’s books have been recognized by many institutions that accord the most prestigious awards in Canada. The books have been finalists for or have won the Arthur Ellis Awards, the Prix Tenebris, the Prix Saint-Pâcome du roman policier, the Prix France-Québec, the Prix littéraire de la Ville de Québec et du Salon du Livre International, the Prix du Grand Public—La Presse and the Prix littéraire des enseignants AQPF/ANEL.
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