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Doubleday Publishing Group is a division of Random House, originally established in 1897 by Frank Nelson Doubleday in 1897.

One of their first successes was Rudyard Kipling's "The Day's Work". Other early bestsellers from authors such as W. Somerset Maugham and Joseph Conrad helped to establish Doubleday as a major publisher.

Notable published auhors include Stephen King, Bill Bryson, John Grisham, Raymond E. Feist, Ray Bradbury, Margaret Atwood and Isaac Asimov (to name a few!).

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