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Synonyms for paperback

(of books) having a flexible binding


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Paperbacks from Hell, from genre-bending novelist Grady Hendrix, is a hugely entertaining history of the horror books from those fear-filled times.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 29, 2014-Weidenfeld & Nicolson to re-brand paperback and eBook backlist
Young's thesis about the significance of gay paperbacks is startling in the way it connects the dots in the history of the gay movement that emerged after World War II.
The three latest to be released in oversize paperback are ``The Roman Colosseum,'' ``The Brooklyn Bridge'' and ``Hoover Dam.
Berry was recently honored with a 2005 American Book Award for her anthology Rise Up Singing: Black Women Writers on Motherhood, (hardcover, Doubleday, May 2004 and paperback Harlem Moon/Broadway, April 2005), an anthology of black women writers on motherhood.
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.
Pocket allied with newspaper and periodical wholesale outfits, which placed the new paperbacks in drugstores, smoke shops, five-and-dimes, newsstands, train stations, and, of course, bookstores.
The paperback division, which will initially publish around 70 paperbacks a year, will also be comprised of two additional members of staff.
As late as 1963, one of every 30 paperbacks sold had been written by Burroughs, and many of the more than 50 Tarzan movies remained Saturday afternoon television staples.
Race: An Anthology in the First Person,'' edited by Bart Schneider (Crown Paperbacks, 256 pages; $14).
These new paperbacks help to further the mission of Harvard Business School Press--to be the publisher of high quality, agenda-setting books," said David Goehring, Vice President and Director of HBS Press.
The Swedish private equity investment advisor Accent Equity Partners said on Wednesday (27 September) that it has agreed to acquire Swedish book producer ScandBook AB from the Danish paperbacks producer Norhaven A/S.
T at s because Simon and Schuster is hoping that a major roll-out of mass market paperbacks will take the work of six authors who are already top sellers to even higher demand levels.