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AAR Calls Out Amazon In Hachette Dispute

Posted at 6:24AM Friday 16 May 2014

After little has been said by literary agents about the ongoing retail terms dispute between Amazon and Hachette, the Association of Authors' Representatives has fired an arrow—albeit a verbal one—at the retail giant.

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