2005 To Be Year Of James Patterson For Little, Brown

March 2005
Book Publishing Report;3/7/2005, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the release of five books from James Patterson in 2005 by Time Warner Book Group division, Little, Brown & Co. Launch of the first book "Honeymoon," with print and radio advertisements; Plan of the publisher to release a book through its publisher's young readers' division, "Maximum Ride," in April 2005; Number of hardcover fiction titles published annually by the publishing company.


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