New Fall Titles Dominating Hardcover Fiction Top 10

October 2004
Book Publishing Report;10/11/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 39, p6
Trade Publication
The article presents information on some new fall titles dominating Hardcover Fiction Top 10. Stephen King's "The Dark Tower," published by Simon & Schuster's Scribner imprint, is the seventh and final book in the Dark Tower series and debuted at No. 1. King's "Song of Susannah," the sixth book in the series that was published in June, sits at No. 16. Patricia Cornwell's "Trace," published by Penguin Group USA (New York) Putnam imprint, is No. 2, but did enjoy the No. 1 spot during its first two weeks of publication.


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