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Hachette NZ's Top Book Titles Now Available on iBookstore

October 24, 2012

Hachette New Zealand's Top Book Titles Now Available on the iBookstore in New Zealand

Hachette, one of New Zealand’s largest publishers, today made its top book titles available on the iBookstore in New Zealand.

The company publishes a very wide range of books under numerous imprints, including Hodder & Stoughton, Orion, Little Brown, Headline, Atom, Virago, Abacus, Weidenfeld & Nicholson, Orbit and Gollancz, as well as its New Zealand and Australian imprints, Hodder Moa and Hachette Australia.

“It is incredibly exciting that New Zealand readers can now access our range of books on the iBookstore, and that Hachette’s many authors have an great outlet for their works," said Kevin Chapman, Managing Director, Hachette. "We are absolutely delighted that so many of our books will be available on the iBookstore, as we are committed to ensuring readers can enjoy the very best writing on any of their iOS devices.”

Books from all of these imprints and others are now available on the iBookstore and will include the works of such bestselling authors as J K Rowling, Maeve Binchy, Patricia Cornwell, Ron Palenski, Michael Cooper, Charlaine Harris, Stephen King, Alexander McCall Smith, Stephenie Meyer, David Mitchell and Paul Thomas.

Download Hachette titles today from the iBookstore on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch or at


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