MacLehose Press has acquired world rights (excluding India) to a novel by Anuradha Roy, whose Sleeping on Jupiter was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize and won the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature.
In All the Lives We Never Lived, a man who was abandoned as a child explores why his mother took flight across war-torn India.
German rights were sold to BTB/Random House in a “significant” five- figure pre-empt.
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