'Breakfast at Tiffany's' coming out as e-book
NEW YORK (AP) — Welcome, Holly Golightly, to the digital revolution.
Vintage Books announced Monday that "Breakfast at Tiffany's," Truman Capote's classic New York City novella, is coming out this week as an e-book for the first time.
Other Capote favorites, from "The Grass Harp" to "Music for Chameleons," also will debut in digital form. Vintage, a paperback imprint of Random House Inc., is planning paper reissues of Capote's work, including the true crime classic "In Cold Blood."
Capote died in 1984 at age 60.
Random House is owned by Bertelsmann AG.