When Bad Things Happen, Will People Look For Good In Books?

Holt, Karen Jenkins
September 2001
Book Publishing Report;9/24/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 38, p5
Trade Publication
Reports the impact of terrorist attacks on the choices of readers on book titles in the U.S. Popularity of author Rabbi Harold Kushner; Sales of the book 'Living a Life That Matters' by Kushner; Publication of the book 'Trauma and Recovery' by Judith Herman.


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