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(of books) having a flexible binding

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Weidenfeld & Nicolson, a British publisher of fiction and reference books and a division of the Orion Publishing Group, has announced that paperback titles previously published under the Phoenix imprint will be published under the Weidenfeld & Nicolson imprint in hardback, eBook and paperback editions from January 2015, book news company Book2book revealed on Monday.
The three latest to be released in oversize paperback are ``The Roman Colosseum,'' ``The Brooklyn Bridge'' and ``Hoover Dam.
Leslie Gelbman, President of Mass Market Paperbacks, Penguin Group (USA), said, "The addition of the Premium format to the existing Mass Market, Trade Paper and Hardcover publishing programs will allow us to better serve all of our readers.
The Penguin Paperbacks edition of his history is nearly complete, but a few passages have been removed for editorial reasons.
Within twelve months, Penguin had sold a staggering three million paperbacks, but fears the new concept would cripple lending libraries and ruin the traditional hardback trade were to prove unfounded.
Black Roots: A Beginner's Guide to Tracing the African-American Family Tree by Tony Burroughs (Fireside paperback, February 2001, ISBN 0-684-84704-3, $16) An experienced black genealogist presents a comprehensive guide to African American family research for the beginner, using examples from his own work to illustrate solutions to common genealogical research problems and sources most useful to African Americans.
These books, previously published in hardcover in the business category, are now being released in paperback and have been updated with new jacket designs to reach and appeal to a wider nonfiction audience.
Quercus has announced that it has appointed Ron Beard to lead a new paperback division at the company.
is scheduled for release in August 2001, the same month For the Love of money, is scheduled for trade paperback release.
The 1845 autobiography in paperback, with a new introduction by Henry Louis Gates Jr.
A spokesperson for WH Smith said that the company is putting a lot behind the book and expect it, along with Mark Haddon's 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time', to be one of its biggest paperbacks in 2004.
Also newly appointed is Ellen Krieger, who has been named Vice President, Editorial Director of Aladdin Paperbacks.
The bookseller pointed out that it sold special edition paperbacks which were usually available long before the retail paperback was published.
We normally just sit around the jury pool room all day reading paperbacks and napping because nobody trusts us.
Launched in September 2004 by novelists and pulp mavens Charles Ardai and Max Phillips (and recently nominated for two Edgar Allan Poe Awards by the Mystery Writers of America), Hard Case Crime revives the storytelling and visual style of the great pulp paperbacks of the 1940s, 50s, and 60s.