Media: Inside publishing-Right Royal letdown
Monday 06 October 1997
However, as with Spycatcher, the Queen's Australian subjects will be able to buy and read the book, for Transworld, whose British counterpart has published Kelley on Nancy Reagan, have bought Antipodean rights following assurances that the book is `libel-free by Australian standards'. Although libel laws are tougher here, it's possible that the Windsors, having learned from Thatcher's travails over the Peter Wright affair, would rather not provide Kelley with the oxygen of publicity by issuing a writ. Anyway, it's likely that books will slip in from Oz, stacking up in motorway service stations and other outlets.
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