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Lars Kepler redux

In Publishers Weekly Jim Milliot reports that Knopf Bets on Another Scandinavian Author -- who is actually two authors, as 'Lars Kepler' is a husband-and-wife-writing-team creation, and who has been bet on before. Farrar, Straus and Giroux have published a trio of Kepler titles, but now Knopf has nabbed him/them away, and hopes to do better, as apparently the FSG titles did not do well, or certainly not as well as hoped for.
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