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What Happened To The Harlequin Romance?

Posted at 6:54AM Friday 09 May 2014

Harlequin has been particularly good at establishing itself outside North America. It publishes more than thirteen hundred authors, putting out more than a hundred titles a month in thirty-four languages; it has offices in sixteen countries. This strong international presence is what attracted News Corp.

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