September 2003
Book Publishing Report;9/22/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 36, p6
Trade Publication
Presents the top performers in 'New York Times' bestseller scorecard for agents in the United States as of September 21, 2003. Amy Berkower from Writers House LLC; Robert Gottlieb from Trident Media; Steve Axelrod from Axelrod Agency.


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