Dragon Tattoo Moves Up; New Entries Peak

May 2010
Book Publishing Report;May2010, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p5
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the new entries included in the bestseller lists issued by the "Publishers Weekly," "USA Today," and "New York Times." It mentions that 58% of the entries were fiction books, while nonfiction accounted for 27%. It states that new entries which became part of the top 10 list include "The Girl Who Played with Fire," "Women, Food and God," and "The Big Short." Moreover, several charts are presented which show the top 20 imprints and authors for April 2010.


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