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Waterstones To Sell Amazon's Kindle Book Reader

Posted at 8:07AM Monday 21 May 2012

Waterstones is to sell Amazon's Kindle book-reader and launch other Kindle digital services.

Waterstones says the deal will dovetail with its current store refurbishment scheme, which is creating dedicated areas for digital books, free wireless internet and new coffee shops.

[oh dear]

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