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    Ferrante Scores in Germany, France

    Elena Ferrante’s "The Story of the Lost Child" landed in the top spot in France at the end of January and was in second place on Germany’s bestseller list last month. The novel was published in the U.S. in fall 2015 by Europa Editions.

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    International Hot Book Properties, Week of February 12, 2018

    This week's hot books include a new thriller series from Sweden that has sold in a flurry of sales, and a Polish thriller that sold for world English rights.

  • Trade Shows

    Taipei 2018: Publishers Explore a Unique Market

    The number of exhibitors is up at this year's fair over 2017 and the U.K. Pavilion returns to Taipei after a 17-year absence.

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    U.K.'s Booksellers Association Restructures

    Tim Godfray, chief executive of the U.K.-based Booksellers Association (BA) since 1984, is stepping back his day-to-day management responsibilities. Meryl Halls is moving is becoming managing director, while Godfray transitions into the role of executive chair of the BA Group.

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    International Hot Book Properties, Week of January 22, 2018

    This week's hot books include a title about the history of maps and a take on the politics of power from a popular U.K. blogger and self-described "radical black feminist."

  • Book News

    Popular Fiction Topped December International Bestseller Lists

    Eric Vuillard’s Goncourt Prize–winner The Agenda, a historical novel about the Nazi annexation of Austria, remained at #1 in France.

  • Book News

    Canadian Book Sales Down in 2017

    Unit sales of print books fell 4% in Canada in 2017, compared to 2016, while dollar sales dropped 3%. The figures were released by BookNet Canada’s sales tracking service.

  • Deals

    International Hot Book Properties, Week of January 8, 2018

    A French lifestyle book, a Spanish thriller and a reissued quartet of Italian crime novels are among the books generating buzz this week.

  • Book News

    Prix Goncourt Winner Tops In France

    In France, the fiction bestseller list at the end of November was crowned by a pair of prizewinning novels about World War II.

  • Deals

    International Hot Book Properties, Week of December 11, 2017

    This week's hot books include a Dutch novel selling in several territories and a debut Australian novel sold to Small Beer Press.

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