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Three O'Clock in the Morning

A Novel

by Gianrico Carofiglio

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Three O'Clock in the Morning by Gianrico Carofiglio
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    Mar 2021, 192 pages
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    Apr 5, 2022, 192 pages

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HarperVia

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In 2019, HarperCollins, the world's second-largest book publishing group, announced a new imprint for international literature: HarperVia. With a planned 24 releases per year, HarperVia focuses on works from around the globe. Staff in the US and UK work to streamline the acquisitions process: Rather than waiting for a manuscript to be fully translated into English before assessing it, they liaise with authors, editors and agents abroad to acquire buzzy pre-publication titles.

The imprint's list is currently mostly fiction, with up to 20% nonfiction. Books first composed in English feature international settings and themes. In the initial March 2019 press release announcing HarperVia, Judith Curr, President and Publisher of the HarperOne Group in New York, said, "We are excited to bring extraordinary stories with a global appeal to the World English market. HarperVia is looking for books in translation that will enliven conversation and spark the reader's imagination." The imprint's ...

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