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NEW YORK (AP) - The next “Game Change” is in the works.
“Game Change” authors Mark Halperin and John Heileman are working on a book about the 2012 presidential campaign, “Double Down: Game Change 2012.”
Penguin Press announced Tuesday that the new work was scheduled for the fall of 2013.
The authors’ previous work, “Game Change,” was a best-selling account of the 2008 race that helped revive interest in campaign books and was made into an Emmy Award-winning television movie by HBO. Ed Harris starred as Republican candidate Sen. John McCain and Julianne Moore played his running mate, then-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
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