The pay for Hillary Clinton’s first publication Won’t Be mistaken for all her memoirs

NEW YORK — The pay for Hillary Clinton’s very first publication won’t be mistaken for all her memoirs.

There is no smiling picture just like on the very front of 2003’s”Living History” or even the sober picture of Clinton for”Tough Choices,” that came out in 2014, or even the plain lettering of this 2017 launch”What Happens.”

The publication comes out Oct. 12 and will probably be published together by Simon & Schuster, Clinton’s writer, and St. Martin’s Press, which publishes Penny. The two companies introduced the pay Wednesday, also have called the book a”high-stakes thriller of global intrigue,” comprising a”newcomer” secretary of state, a standing Clinton hauled from 2009-2013.