Book Briefs

July 2004
Book Publishing Report;7/12/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 26, p4
Trade Publication
Presents news on the book industry and trade in the United States. Hiring of talent and literary agency International Creative Management for the marketing of a book written by former U.S. envoy to Iraq Paul Bremer; Film adaptation of the suspense book "The Climbers" by George D. Robey; Collaboration between New York-based Scribner and "New York Times" executive editor Howell Raines for the publishing of the book "Catch and Release."


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