christened Carla and Nicolas. Chronicle of a dangerous connection, the book dealing with the relationship between Nicolas sarkozy and Carla Bruni will receive a first draw of 40,000 copies, a record for the publishing house.
The Scali editions have chosen the highly symbolic date of Valentine's Day, International Lovers' Day, for the bookstore release of a book retracing the love story between Nicolas Sarkozy and Carla Bruni, Carla and Nicolas. Chronicle of a dangerous connection.
The document was written in four hands by the former editor of the magazine Paris Match, Chris Lafaille, and the historian Paul-Eric Blanrue.
The two men are not at their first blow in bookstore. Chris Lafaille is the author of Diana the never-published survey and At the gates of hell, the shameful truth of the Borel affair. Paul-Eric Blanrue has written an investigation on Jonathan Littel entitled The Malveillantes.
The fruit of their collaboration, Carla and Nicolas. Chronicle of a dangerous connection, recounts in 160 pages the love story between the president and the singer, which the authors describe as "worthy of an Anglo-Saxon romantic comedy".
From the discreet beginnings of the couple until their display on the front page of magazines, Chris Lafaille and Paul-Eric Blanrue review all the stages of the new presidential love story.
In addition, the couple Nicolas Sarkozy-Carla Bruni has not finished pouring ink. The cartoonist of the newspaper Charlie Hebdo, Jul, must release a satirical work on February 6 baptized Fairy tale at the Elysée on the same theme. Alain Perceval will propose meanwhile Carla and Nicolas: the singer and the president, to be released on March 7th at Edit Plus.