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At Publishing Perspectives Porter Anderson writes about The Rise of Surender Mohan Pathak: HarperCollins India Wins Big With Hindi Pulp Fiction. Surender Mohan Pathak has, of course, long been huge -- there's even a title under review at the complete review, of his The 65 Lakh Heist -- but HarperCollins India can obviously elevate him into a different stratosphere, and have seen him off to a good start (not forgetting: "merchandise including key rings, caps, note pads, coffee mugs, tote bags").
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