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Old 08-14-2015, 04:38 PM   #1
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Default Is the trade paperback dying?

This morning I received notification from my library that they'd ordered the latest Michael Connelly title, The crossing, and after placing a reservation, I went to the Michael Connelly site to read about it. This is what I found there:
The Crossing will be released on October 22 in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand and on November 3 in the USA and Canada. It will be available in hardback, eBook, audio, and trade paperback (Aus/NZ only) formats.
Have those of you in the US and Europe noticed this in bookshops and libraries? I like the format, because it has the comfortable layout of the hardback with reduced weight, which makes it easier to read in bed. And when I'm loaded up with several reservations from the library, it reduces the weight of the overall load on the walk home.

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