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March 2005
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Book Publishing Report;3/28/2005, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p7
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
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Article
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The article presents news related to the publishing industry. Holtzbrinck has Robert Ludlum's "The Bourne Legacy," by Eric Van Lustbader in the top 10 in the paperback fiction category. The book has spent two weeks on the list. Dan Brown's "Digital Fortress" is still on the extended list at No. 32. Kensington has "Deep Freeze," by Lisa Jackson in the No. 5 spot. The title has been on the list two weeks. Fem Michael's "Picture Perfect," which is also published by the Zebra imprint, is No. 35 on the second tier.
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