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  • TV tie-in novels gain popularity
  • TV tie-in novels gain popularity
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TV tie-in novels gain popularity

The TV tie-in novel lurks somewhere near straight-to-DVD sequels in terms of respectability. Or at least it used to. As the golden age of TV drama continues apace, novelisations of hit shows are finding growing audiences, keen to see the magic of the small screen brought to the printed page.

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