Books in French
- Les Mémoires de l'Homme-Eléphant, Le Masque (2000)
- Gotham, Le Masque (2002)
- La Ligue des héros, Mnémos (2002)
- L'Ere du Dragon (a sequel to La Ligue des Héros), Mnémos (2003)
- La Vénus anatomique, Mnémos (2004)
- Car je suis légion, Mnémos (2005)
- Les Nombreuses vies de Sherlock Holmes (with André-François Ruaud), Les moutons électriques (2005)
- Les Nombreuses vies d'Hercule Poirot (avec André-François Ruaud), Les moutons électriques (2006)
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