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Otto Penzler—owner and founder of Manhattan’s Mysterious Bookshop as well as publisher of Otto Penzler Books, a Harcourt imprint—calls Rankin one of the first U.K. writers “to show what you could do with a police procedural.”
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With more than 1,000 new titles published each week in 2003, the big question for publishers and retailers remained: What is driving sales of the books that are working?
- London Briefcase 2015
Each year ahead of the London Book Fair, PW surveys U.S. agencies that will be selling at the show, looking for the projects poised to make waves.
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For the chain, the process of moving into the Queen's domain has been a long one, and it's still not finished.