Headline has acquired the memoirs of “global rugby legend” Dan Carter.
Carter is a New Zeland player, and is the most capped All Blacks' fly-half of all time.
His autobiography will be released after the All Blacks’ last game at this year’s Rugby World Cup, which takes place in England and Wales in September and October.
It will include a section detailing events at the tournament.
Headline non-fiction publishing director Jonathan Taylor bought world rights, excluding New Zealand and Australia, from Kevin Chapman, director of Auckland-based publisher Upstart Press.
Headline will publish Carter’s autobiography in hardback, e-book and audio book on 12th November.