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Why some genres suffer more from slashed book pages

‘For trade nonfiction—particularly books about issues of the moment or by or about celebrities—radio and television publicity is often more crucial than reviews in achieving sales momentum. But fiction is a different matter, particularly literary fiction, which depends on the oxygen of the books pages more than any other form...

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