Publisher Scorecards Hardcover Nonfiction

May 2005
Book Publishing Report;5/9/2005, Vol. 30 Issue 18, p6
Trade Publication
Features several publishers of books found in New York Times hardcover nonfiction list. Harpercollins company ruling the hardcover nonfiction list due to the six titles from Regan Books company imprint; Rank to the second place for Penguin Group USA Inc.; Random House company on the third position.


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