Hard Case Crimes Drawing 10% of Crime Book Biz from Clubs

June 2006
Book Publishing Report;6/5/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 21, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of the new subscription service Hard Case Crime by independent publisher Dorchester Publishing Co. in the U.S. The subscription service allows consumers to receive a new crime fiction book each month. The first book of the subscription service was the mass market pulp crime novel "The Colorado Kid," by Stephen King. There were a total of 30,000 copies of books printed under the Hard Case Crimes.


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