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Cover unveiled for Hillary Clinton-Louise Penny novel ‘State of Terror’

For State of Terror, co-written with the popular mystery novelist Louise Penny, the cover features a maze-like four-sided figure, with stark red lines and in one corner an American flag, all set against a black backdrop.

By: AP | New York |
April 14, 2021 5:44:11 pm
Hillary Clinton, Hillary Clinton politics, Hillary Clinton headband, Hillary Clinton hair accessory, Hillary Clinton throwback picture, Hillary Clinton news, Hillary Clinton fashion, indian express newsThe novel comes out Oct 12 and will be released jointly by Simon & Schuster, Clinton's publisher, and St Martin's Press, which publishes Penny.(Source: AP/Patrick Semansky, File)

The cover for Hillary Clinton’s first novel will not be mistaken for those of her memoirs. There’s no smiling photograph like on the front of 2003’s Living History or the more sober portrait of Clinton for Hard Choices, which came out in 2014, or even the plain lettering of the 2017 release What Happened.

For State of Terror, co-written with the popular mystery novelist Louise Penny, the cover features a maze-like four-sided figure, with stark red lines and in one corner an American flag, all set against a black backdrop.

The novel comes out Oct 12 and will be released jointly by Simon & Schuster, Clinton’s publisher, and St Martin’s Press, which publishes Penny. The two companies unveiled the cover Wednesday, and have called the novel a “high-stakes thriller of international intrigue,” featuring a “novice” secretary of state, a position Clinton held from 2009-2013.

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