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Release date moved up for Kennedy memoir

Kennedy In a move that will only surprise people who have never had any dealings with the publishing industry, the release date of True Compass has shifted from October to Sept. 14, the New York Times reports.

Compass is the long-awaited memoir from Sen. Ted Kennedy, who died Tuesday night at 77.

Publisher Twelve Books (an imprint of Grand Central) had originally planned to release the book in 2010. In addition to moving up the date, Twelve Books will offer 1,000 copies of a leatherbound, electronically signed edition of the book, according to the Times.


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Only if I can read it at a Red Sox game....


I bet this will be interesting.

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