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Word Of Mouth For Books, Courtesy Of Scarlett Johansson

Posted at 6:20AM Monday 18 Aug 2014

Lee Child suggested on UK television that for book distribution his publisher could "hire Scarlett Johansson to go round and whisper it in your ear." What if...?

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