World Swedish rights to David Chariandy's award-winning novel, BROTHER, to Albert Bonniers, in a pre-empt, by Ron Eckel at Cooke International, working in association with Gregory Messina at Linwood Messina Literary Agency, on behalf of Jackie Kaiser at Westwood Creative Artists and Martha Kanya-Forstner at McClelland & Stewart. Rights previously sold in: UK Comm. ex. Canada, the US, Catalan, China (Simplified), French, and Spanish.

Rights to bestseller Jordan B. Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaoshave been sold in 39 territories, including: Minerva in Albania; to GNEZDOTO in Bulgaria; to Argo in the Czech Republic; to Politikens in Denmark; to Aripaev in Estonia; WSOY in Finland; to Michel Lafon in France; to Key Books in Greece; to 21. Szazad Kiado in Hungary; to Gramedia in Indonesia; to Sella Meir in Israel; to Asahi in Japan; to TYTO Alba in Lithuania; to Monsudar in Mongolia; to Gyldendal Norsk in Norway; to Lua de Papel in Portugal; to Editura Trei in Romania; to Progress Kniga in Russia; to Publik Praktikum in Serbia; to Slovensky Tatran in the Slovak Republic; to Planeta in Spain (Spanish and Catalan rights); to Mondial in Sweden; to Common Master Press in Taiwan; to Amarin in Thailand; to Pegasus in Turkey; and to Nash Format in Ukraine. The deals were arranged by Suzanne Brandreth and Hana El Niwairi at Cooke International on behalf of Sally Harding at CookeMcDermid.