Kensington Books

Kensington Books

Kensington Publishing Corp. is an American book publisher specializing in mass market paperback, trade paperback and hardcover books. It is the largest remaining independent US publisher of such books. Kensington acquired Pinnacle Books in 1988 and Citadel Press in 2000. Citadel is the focal point for Kensington's non-fiction program; Citadel's "100" series is popular. In 2008 Kensington acquired the publishing assets of Holloway House (publishers of Iceberg Slim). Kensington was founded in 1974 by Walter Zacharius, formerly of Lancer Books, and Roberta Bender Grossman.

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