Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Mulholland Books Learns What's Coming Around the Curve

Get me rewrite.

Little, Brown pulls book, cites plagiarism. (The New York Times, 11/8/2011)

5-Star reviews notwithstanding, "Assassin of Secrets" gets the hook

Harriet Klausner on Wikipedia. According to her self-reported online profiles, Harriet grew up in the Bronx and her father was an employee of McGraw-Hill. [2] She reports being a former librarian with a master's degree in library science[2] who is proficient in speed-reading.

Then there's this head-scratcher she shares on Books & Bytes. Ultimately we moved to Georgia where we currently live. There I have worked with the library and found an acquisition job in a bookstore.

The library?   You mean there's just 1 in Georgia.  I guess the lights have gone out for good down there.

A partial cataloging of Markham's misdeeds.

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