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Colbert Assails Amazon Over Delayed Book Shipments

Posted at 7:28AM Friday 06 Jun 2014

On one side of a major publishing feud is Amazon.com, the industry's biggest book seller.

On the other side is a leading New York publisher few readers have heard of, Hachette Book Group, and some Hachette authors virtually all readers have heard of: J.K. Rowling, James Patterson, Malcolm Gladwell and, most recently, Stephen Colbert.

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