HarperCollins Acquires 'Anne Frank: A Cold Case Diary'

HarperCollins Publishers has acquired world rights, with some exceptions, to Anne Frank: A Cold Case Diary. Sara Nelson, v-p and executive editor ofHarper, acquired the book from the Marianne Schönbach Literary Agency in the Netherlands. The book explores the question, "Who or what led to the arrest of the Frank family?"

Exceptions to the world rights deal include the Dutch, Hungarian, and Serbian translations. As part of its global publishing program, HarperCollins will publish in the English language around the world as well as in German, Italian, French, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Spanish, Portuguese, Czech, Polish, and Japanese. 

Anne Frank: A Cold Case Diary will be published in summer 2020 by Harper in the U.S. and William Collins in the U.K. and by HarperCollins simultaneously in 13 languages around the world. 

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