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*So Many Authors Are Driving Movies that THR Can List 25 and Pretend to Power Rank Them (THR)
*More Than 1,200 Authors to Work At Indie Bookstores On "Small Business Saturday" (BTW)
*Report Has New Owners of Germany's Thalia Bookstores Once Again Looking to Sell Chain (Reuters)
*HMH Eyes More Acquisitions As Education Side Is "Over 50%" Digital (WSJ)
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Fiction: General/Other: Author of SOLACE, named the Irish Book of the Year in 2011, Belinda McKeon's TENDER, set in 1990s Dublin at a time of dramatic social and political change, to Lee Boudreaux at Lee Boudreaux Books, by Anna Stein at Aitken Alexander, on behalf of Peter Straus at RCW and to Picador in the UK (NA).
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