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    A Christopher Nolan-esque Argentinean thriller, two literary Spanish novels, a Finnish YA series, and more are making waves in the global rights scene this week.

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    Quebecor Sells Archambault Stores to Major Bookstore Chain

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    Krasznahorkai Wins Man Booker International

    Hungarian author László Krasznahorkai has won the 2015 Man Booker International Prize. The British literary honor, which is award every two years, comes with a £60,000 purse.

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    Young to Retire at Hachette UK

    The retirement of David Young and an expansion of the role of David Shelley are among a number of significant moves announced today by Hachette UK.

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    International Hot Book Properties: Week of May 5, 2015

    The memoir by a Dutch plane crash survivor, initially self-published, draws multiple houses; a Swedish spy series repped by the Salomonsson Agency lures pubs from Greece and beyond; and more.

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    The Changing Face of STM Publishing

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    Doubleday U.K. Wins Auction for Hot Hungarian Novel 'Fever at Dawn'

    Jane Lawson at Doubleday U.K. has signed Hungarian novel Fever at Dawn Péter Gárdos, winning a heated auction between nine publishers.

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    Combined Print, Digital Sales Down for UK Pubs in 2014

    The combined print and e-book sales of U.K. publishers fell by 2% in 2014, to £3.3 billion, according to the new edition of the Publishers Association Statistics Yearbook.

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