Is Public Interest in Amanda Knox Fading?
With the April 30 publication of "Waiting to Be Heard" approaching, tepid presales, a broken embargo, a possible new trial and attention focused on the Boston bombing suggest trouble for the hyped memoir.
Tepid presales suggests Amanda Knox's much-hyped memoir Waiting to Be Heard might be headed for a soft debut when it officially goes on sale Tuesday.
The slow presales also raise questions about how strong the ratings will be for ABC's heavily promoted Diane Sawyer ABC News Primetime Special interview with Knox on publication night.
Knox is the Seattle-born American college student who was caught up in the 2007 murder of British roommate Meredith Kercher while studying abroad in Perugia, Italy.
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