This Just In . . .
Prince Charles and Jordan's King Abdullah II both have new book deals. The heir to the British throne has a contract with HarperCollins for "Harmony," about climate change, ecological destruction and how to "restore the lost balance between Man and Nature." (Who handled the sale? D.C. superlawyer Bob Barnett, of course.) Jordan's king is writing a memoir called "The Last Best Chance" for the Penguin Group; the book is described as a "personal narrative rich with human drama." Both are scheduled for next year; no details on how much money the authors will get.
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