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I got a paperback from an indie publisher of a book published in hardcover by an established publisher. Is this a common practice, or was the book printed without permission? • r/books

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I got a paperback from an indie publisher of a book published in hardcover by an established publisher. Is this a common practice, or was the book printed without permission? • r/books
Earlier this week I ordered Florida, by Lauren Groff in a paperback form from Amazon. The hardcover version of the book, which I have seen in...
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