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Several Publishers Plan To Release Redacted Mueller Report As A Physical Book

NPR interview – “Several publishers — Simon & Schuster’s Scribner imprint, Skyhorse Publishing and Melville House — have said they will publish special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.”

See also The Atlantic – The Irony of Mueller-Report Profiteering

Via Axios: “Two Mueller report books are in the top 15 on Amazon even though free PDFs are available online, AP’s Hillel Italie reports:

  • Scribner, Melville House and Skyhorse Publishing are among those planning to have paperbacks out before the end of the month, with prices ranging from $15 for the Scribner book to $9.99 for the Melville House one.
  • Skyhorse editorial director Mark Gompertz said celebrity attorney Alan Dershowitz, a Trump defender, was “the fastest reader and writer we have ever worked with,” and was expected to finish an introduction by last night.
  • The Scribner book, expected to exceed 700 pages, is being prepared in conjunction with The Washington Post. A combination of Post reporters and professional narrators will work on an audio edition.

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