Bestsellers a Consistently Large Chunk of Biz

February 2007
Book Publishing Report;Feb2007, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p12
Trade Publication
The article provides information on the most bestseller titles, a section in retailing industry as presented on the survey conducted by the independent retailers worldwide. It reveals that store who sale music, magazines, and DVD's are recognized as the most successful bestseller chain worldwide. The "Memory Keeper's Daughter," by Kim Edward is described as the top ranked bookseller in Europe. The information regarding the bestseller subject in various bookstore is also highlighted.


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