Mystery Titles, Superauthors Commanded Bestseller List In 2005

January 2006
Book Publishing Report;1/9/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p4
Trade Publication
The article features the 2005 New York Times hardcover fiction list. Observations on the lists was that mystery titles mostly written by flagship authors were the ones that drove hardcover fictions on their spot. Among the top ten publishers were Random House, Penguin Group, HarperColins, Simon & Schuster, Time Warner, and Holtzbrinck.


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