Klim published all Falco titles to A Dying Light in Corduba, and did some Audio editions, but some time ago.
Tanapaev Publishers are licensed to publish The Silver Pigs and Shadows in Bronze.
Editions du Masque published the first eight Falco titles, some time ago.
Knaur have now been licensed for Scandal Takes a Holiday See Delphi and Die and Saturnalia though in paperback only.
Some titles are available as Audiobooks from TechniSat.
Livanis have contracts for the first three Falco titles.
An early edition of The Silver Pigs is now out of print.
Marco Tropea have published The Course of Honour and the Falco series as far as One Virgin Too Many. Kogoi Edizioni are to begin publishing the Albia series and will also pick up the Falco series, starting with the Jupiter Myth.
Kobunsha now has contracts for all the Falco titles to date.
The first three titles are published by Goldenbough.
Rebis Publishers are to publish the first six Falco novels.
Editora Gotica (Medialivros Actividades) have published as far as Poseidon’s Gold.
ASA are now to publish the Ides of April.
RAO are to publish the first two Falco novels.
AST Publishers of Moscow have been licensed for translations of The Silver Pigs and Shadows in Bronze.
Serbia and Montenegro
Magnet Publishing are to publish The Silver Pigs
The Falco series, The Course of Honour, Falco: The Official Companion, Rebels and Traitors and Master and God were all published by my longtime publishers Edhasa.
Ediciones B are to publish the Albia series, starting in 2016.
Spanish Language – America
Many of the titles are available in licensed editions.
Spain – Catalan Language
The first title in the Falco series, The Silver Pigs, which has always been known as La Plata de Britania, was published in 1997 by Columna.
Bonnier Alba have contracts for the first three Falco titles.
Kitapyayinevi is to publish as far as The Iron Hand of Mars.
Alfa Yayinlari are to publish the first three titles in the Albia series.
See English-language rights on the Publications page.