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Topic - Susan Petersen Kennedy
"I would have preferred that people bought the books," said Kennedy, who cited the free e-books as a prime reason for the drop in sales. "On the other hand, at least people were reading and that's wonderful."
I think a lot more reading groups started because of her," said Susan Petersen Kennedy, president of Penguin Group (USA), which published "A New Earth" and other leading Winfrey sellers, including Ken Follett's "The Pillars of the Earth" and John Steinbeck's "East of Eden."