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Two books - one title

Right now, publishers seem to be enamored of one-word titles. Easy to remember, and there’s a whole dictionary full of them.

But what happens when you come up the same word title as someone else?

Take Nemesis by Jo Nesbo, and Nemesis: The Final Case of Eliot Ness A Novel by William Bernhardt, publishing just one week apart this month. Plus, the title has already been used for books by Agatha Christie, Issac Asimov, and a book about Jackie O and Aristotle Onassis.



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