Niina Mero’s romantic entertainment for those who dread romantic entertainment is picking up: another deal was made this month for The Death of Romance, as the book was sold to Rahva Raamat in Estonia. This is the fourth foreign territory for the novel.
Rahva Raamat is one of the most established publishing houses in the country, with a mission to expand readers’ worldview with their rich and diverse list. Notable names vary from such bestselling crime authors as Stieg Larsson, Cara Hunter and Lucy Foley to contemporary literary classics as Margaret Atwood, Delia Owens, Neil Gaiman and others. The house recently also acquired the rights to publish Eva Frantz’s crime novels in Estonia.
Keep following us, as Niina Mero is scheduled to appear on our Literature from Finland podcast in June, discussing – what else? – very Finnish romance.