Publishers tackle World Cup tie-ins

<p>Hodder Headline and Orion were this week racing to get the first books about England's triumphant rugby World Cup campaign into bookshops, Tom Holman writes.</p><p>Headline set the presses rolling on Martin Johnson's autobiography (&#163;18.99, 0755311868) at Mackays on Monday, and planned to have its first run on shelves today--six days after he captained England to victory in the tournament final in Australia. Later reprints brought total copies to 150,000 by midweek after Headline saw big increases in orders from retailers.</p><p>Headline's non-fiction deputy publishing director Ian ...

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