Top 100 B&N Books of 2006 Mostly Frontlist Titles

February 2007
Book Publishing Report;Feb2007, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that most of the 100 top selling books from Barnes & Noble were frontlist titles in 2006, as opposed to backlist titles. James Patterson, the most prolific author of the year, placed five Hachette Book Group titles on the top 100 list. The four cookbooks of food television host Rachael Ray were not far behind on the list of top 100 bestsellers.


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