One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In an edition bound in stiff covers; in hardcover.‘the novel was first published in hardback in 1981’
- ‘THE BRITISH MUSEUM PRESS, whose titles are new to this column, have recently released in paperback two books previously published in hardback.’
- ‘Brass Man is Neal Asher's latest book, out now in hardback and trade paperback, published by Tor Books UK.’
- ‘Because he was the most popular poet since Tennyson, Sir John's collected verse has sold over 2,000,000 copies in hardback and it is good to have a paperback edition available now.’
- ‘The Cambridge Illustrated History of Medicine was first published in hardback in 1996 and reprinted in 2000.’
- ‘First published in hardback in 2003, the book is now available in paperback.’
- ‘Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2003 was published by John Wisden on April 30, in hardback and soft cover.’
- ‘Since then, Random Family has been reprinted five times in hardback and twice in paper, and was a finalist for a National Book Critics Circle Award.’
- ‘After the biography's first edition publication in hardback in November 1998, Communist Party records that were not available previously came into my possession.’
- ‘The first is Pat Southern's Augustus which was published in hardback in 1998.’
- ‘A one-volume abridged edition, the basis of this publication, was published in hardback in 1992.’
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