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Hillary Clinton's Memoir Hard Choices Has Sold An Underwhelming 160,000 Copies

Posted at 7:25AM Thursday 03 Jul 2014

Hillary Clinton's second memoir, Hard Choices, has sold a dismal 160,000 copies, data released by Nielson BookScan today indicates.

By comparison Clinton's book Living History sold 600,000 copies in a single week when it was released in 2003, leading publishing group Simon & Schuster to believe Hard Choices would be a hit.

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