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    The rights marketplace has certainly seen 2015 begin with a bang and nowhere more so than through the glut of audiobook licensing deals being completed.

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    We spoke with Ziv Lewis, foreign rights/acquisitions manager of Kinneret Zmora in Israel, about the difficulties of dealing with his country's new Fixed Price Law, the joy of reading 'Hebrish' and the 'game-changing' novel his house is releasing this year.

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    International Hot Book Properties: Week of January 26, 2015

    In this week's roundup of books generating interest around the globe, we look at a Spanish novel Knopf has just acquired in the States, the new biography of Winston Churchill by London mayor Boris Johnson and an Italian thriller that's been optioned by a local production company.

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    Follett Climbs the International Bestseller Charts

    María Dolores Redondo’s novel Offering to the Storm debuted at #1 on Spain’s fiction bestseller list in December.

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    HC Folding Harlequin U.K. Into London Operation; Aligning NA Sales Forces

    As HarperCollins' integration of Harlequin moves forward, HC announced that it will be making Harlequin UK (HUK) a division of its U.K. business, while in North America it will align HC's and Harlequin's sales forces.

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    Canadian University Acquires Novels With Oscar Wilde Link

    The University of British Columbia Library has acquired two rare, 19th-century novels that scholars believe may have been written by Oscar Wilde.

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    Marunas Named Publisher at Quercus U.S.; Shelley to CEO at Little, Brown U.K.

    Nathaniel Marunas has been named publisher of the U.S. division of British publisher Quercus, and David Shelley has been named as the successor to Ursula Mackenzie at Little, Brown U.K., with MacKenzie set to retire.

  • Deals

    International Books Generating Buzz This Week

    A 'Persepolis'-like French graphic novel finds a home in the U.S., a fictionalized take on Jewish banker/art collector Hugo Simon sells in Germany, and a historical debut set in 43 C.E. Britain draws multiple buyers.

  • Book News

    Four Questions for...Intrinseca Publisher Jorge Oakim

    We talked to Oakim, publisher of the Brazilian house Intrinseca, about his knack for finding bestsellers, the challenges facing publishers in his country, and some of the titles he's most excited about on his forthcoming list.

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