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    International Hot Book Properties: Week of February 23, 2015

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    Four Questions for...Italian Editor Giuseppe Strazzeri

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    Four Questions for...Hungarian Publisher Sárközy Bence

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    International Hot Book Properties: Week of February 9, 2015

    Books creating buzz around the globe this week include a bestseller by a Dutch author who draws on her own life in her debut; a "mum-lit" novel by a Spanish author known for her YA; and the latest from the international bestseller who wrote 'The Ingredients of Love.'

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