Odd Book Titles Robert talks with Nicholas Clee, editor of The Bookseller, a British literary trade magazine and the administrator of the annual Diagram prize for oddest book title. This year's winner: Gerard Forlin's Butterworth's Corporate Manslaughter Service. The book was up against five other titles. The contest has been an annual event since 1978. (3:00) See The Bookseller's website at http://www.theBookseller.com.
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Robert talks with Nicholas Clee, editor of The Bookseller, a British literary trade magazine and the administrator of the annual Diagram prize for oddest book title. This year's winner: Gerard Forlin's Butterworth's Corporate Manslaughter Service. The book was up against five other titles. The contest has been an annual event since 1978. (3:00) See The Bookseller's website at http://www.theBookseller.com.