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    A Hungarian director's novel about his parents' 1945 courtship in Sweden's refugee camps emerges as a hot book at last week's London Book Fair.

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    A John Green-like debut novel from France draws international buyers; the memoir by a once-illiterate Colombian artist gets set as a future Penguin Classic; and more.

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    In this week's column, a backlist Dutch thriller sees new life after a movie adaptation; a Mexican debut novel with a bizarre culinary twist draws publisher in the U.K.; and more.

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    In this week's column, Greece's new minister of finance doles out money advice; a Congolese novel gains international attention after drawing critical acclaim (and landing on the shortlist for a major literary award) in France; and a Swedish debut begins selling abroad before being published at home.

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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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