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Harrock n roll
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#11 · Posted: 7 Aug 2009 19:18
jock123:
Rather than this being a case of there being two versions of the book, I wonder if this is in fact similar to that old Tintin and the Broken Ear/ The Broken Ear chestnut, where the advertising copy produced in advance has been made up using one title, and the book has been altered before going to press?

I think that's quite possible because we've seen the mock-ups covers they send to Amazon, etc. are often different to the finished article. To make things more complicated I noticed that the cover shown at the Eurobooks website (scroll down a bit) has "Full Sail" in the description and on the cover, but I guess that still doesn't prove anything. Unfortunately, Eurobooks won't ship the Q&F books out of India/Sri Lanka (otherwise I would have bought them years ago), but if anybody who owns them there would let us know....
Yak
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#12 · Posted: 17 Dec 2009 01:21
Will these books be in Hardback or just paperback?

Mammoth published two of a Kind and Double Trouble and Popol out West.
Were these in paperback only?
daveahl
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#13 · Posted: 28 Sep 2011 20:12 · Edited by: Moderator
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