St. Martin's Press finds total recall not possible as borders keeps stock

November 1999
Book Publishing Report;11/15/99, Vol. 24 Issue 45, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the inability of book publisher St. Martin's Press to recall the book `Fortunate Son: The Making of an American President,' by George W. Bush, Texas governor and presidential candidate. Increase the value of the book as a result of recall; Continued sale of book by Borders; Number of copies; Reason for recall of book; Minimum bid price.


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