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Press Release: New Publications
Quartet Books Launches Quartet Digital

Posted at 9:30AM Monday 12 Nov 2012

Celebrating its 40th year with 2012 bestsellers from Brian Sewell, John Bird and Anne Dickson, Quartet Books is delighted to introduce a brand new digital-only imprint...

A commitment to finding an alternative to the mainstream is key to our fine tradition of leftfield publishing – and in 2012 we continue to be risk-taking, with a sharp eye towards the zeitgeist.

Launched in December 2012, Quartet Digital offers a diverse new range of fiction and non-fiction titles from Quartet Books – only available in digital format. The imprint promises to provide a platform for some of our most controversial titles, focusing on new authors and ensuring fresh and exciting voices are heard.

Quartet Digital's inaugural title will be A Darker Shade of Love, a novel by writer and former model Anne Dunhill. A deeply personal romantic thriller tracing the fine line between love and control, A Darker Shade of Love grips from beginning to end...

Published on 1st December at £2.99 (eISBN 9780704373051), A Darker Shade of Love will be available for just 99p in the week leading up to publication to celebrate the launch of Quartet Digital.

http://www.quartetbooks.co.uk/




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