Hackers targeted Curtis Brown for months in bid to get hold of The Testaments manuscript

Hackers targeted Curtis Brown for months in bid to get hold of The Testaments manuscript

Margaret Atwood’s literary agent Karolina Sutton of Curtis Brown has revealed how the agency was besieged by a “carefully orchestrated” campaign by cyber criminals attempting to obtain The Testaments manuscript which “carried on daily for months”, The Bookseller can exclusively reveal. 

The much anticipated sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale is being published worldwide on 10th September to global fanfare with a string of major events, tightly controlled press and retailer embargos on top of high security during the editing process to keep the manuscript safe. Amazon caused international upset ...

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