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Best Sellers From '70s Try For E-book Comeback

Posted at 4:10PM Monday 03 Feb 2014

Arthur Hailey is one of several best-selling but largely overlooked writers from the 1970s and '80s, including James Michener and John D. MacDonald, whose works are being revived courtesy of digital technology.

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