If you're a fan of Stephen King, Mary Higgins Clark, or Larry McMurtry, then you're a fan of Simon & Schuster. The publishing arm of CBS Corporation prints the work of these and many other popular authors of consumer fiction and nonfiction trade books under imprints such as Pocket Books, The Free Press, and Scribner. The company leverages its connection with CBS through products related to its various TV properties, including titles based on CBS's CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Showtime's The L Word. It also publishes audio books, e-books, and delivers book content on CD-ROM, and has a children's publishing division. All total, Simon & Schuster publishes approximately 2,000 titles annually. [Description from Hoover's]
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