Free Shipping Saves Booksellers

July 2008
Book Publishing Report;Jul2008, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p1
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The article discusses the comparison of prices for top selling books across several of the bestselling retailers in the U.S. Barnes & Noble Inc. most costly book is "What Happened," by Scott McClellan which totaled $19.56 for members. Books-A-Million Inc. expensive title is "The Host," by Stephenie Meyer with $18.19 price tag. Amazon had the second lowest overall price of $122.15.


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