Yeah, I thought about that but didn't want to bug you since I'm sure you're busy working on the future of Hard Case Crime. Next time I won't be so shy.
I sure hope you find a way to get it between two covers. Thanks to the economy, I can't afford a Kindle and I'm not sure I'd buy one if I could. No way am I going to read a whole novel on my desktop or laptop monitor. And too much ink to print it out!
The Violent World of Parker
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "hardcasecrime" <editor@...> wrote:
> Hey, Trent. You could just have e-mailed me the question...but I
> suppose posting it here is fine as well. (The Hunt books aren't crime
> novels, but they're not radically off-topic, I suppose.)
> The short answer is that I currently expect Dorchester to publish the
> ebook edition of the sixth Hunt book -- HUNT THROUGH NAPOLEON'S WEB --
> either on schedule or close to it, but as they've announced their exit
> from the mass market paperback publishing business, we should not expect
> a printed edition at the same time. They've talked about launching a
> line of trade paperbacks in 2011, so it's possible that a trade pb
> edition might come out sometime next year, but initially it'll be
> available only as an ebook.
> As for the future beyond that, we never had any very concrete plans to
> do more books after #6 -- it was a six-book deal, with any more being
> entirely dependent on how the first six did. Given Dorchester's current
> situation, I wouldn't bet on them doing more; at some point, if the
> first six go out of print, we might regain the rights and be able to
> sell the series to another house, but in the meantime, it'll just be the
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