Olivier Cachard and Paul Klötgen (both University of Nancy) have published a new edition of their manual of private international law.
The book is primarily a teaching tool. It is a textbook but it also includes numerous abstracts of cases, legislation and articles, as well as a glossary.
The book covers the traditional topics of jurisdiction, choice of law and foreign judgments. The focus is on French private international law, but the book often refers to sources from other jurisdictions.
More details can be found here.