Simon & Schuster Enjoying Fallout Publicity From Dan Brown

June 2004
Book Publishing Report;
Reports on Simon & Schuster Inc.'s promotion of Dan Brown's "Angels & Demons," which was published three years before Brown's bestseller "The Da Vinci Code". Initial print run of "Angels & Demons"; Sales of "The Da Vinci Code".


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