Demand remains high for Hager book

Last updated 05:00 19/08/2014

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Public demand for Dirty Politics is unceasing.

After Nicky Hager's book was released on Thursday, the entire first run of 4000 sold out before lunchtime.

Five days and 10,000 copies later, and you'd still be lucky to get your hands on it.

The executive director and publisher at Craig Potton Publishing, Robbie Burton, said 10,000 books had sold.

"We've got just shy of 10,000 books," he said. "And we've sold 1000 e-books as well."

The printers were going as hard as they could, he said.

"Demand is showing absolutely no sign of diminishing."

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