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Disney's Hyperion Prints 2.2 Million Copies of Albom's Book-Detroit Free Press, 9/26

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  • Disney's Hyperion Prints 2.2 Million Copies of Albom's Book-Detroit Free Press, 9/26

    Detroit Free Press, 9/26/06
    Albom printing is huge
    Publicity tour to visit 63 cities

    BY MARTA SALIJ
    FREE PRESS STAFF WRITER

    The line is so obvious I won't fight it: No more days to wait before Mitch Albom's second novel, "For One More Day," hits stores.

    According to Hyperion, the publisher, 2.2 million copies of Albom's tale of a suicidal ex-ballplayer and a visitation from his dead mother will be fanned out over the country today.

    That's the largest one-day release for a fiction title this fall, though not the largest for any book. That distinction belongs to John Grisham. "The Innocent Man," the true story of an ex-ballplayer wrongly convicted of murder, will be published Oct. 10 with a first printing of 2.8 million.
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