Great news. Tillieux at his best (and Murder by High Tide falls into this category) is as good as Hergé or Franquin, and a must-read for all ages. Macherot is wonderful too, his Sibylline series is delightful in all the details shown from the point of view of small animals (though I'm not sure to which of the original French albums does this Sybil-Anne vs. Ratticus correspond). And David B. is a must too, of course. Great selection; though the best is definitely the title by Tillieux, I am glad that they pay some attention to the often overlooked Macherot.