Adding Social Relevance And A Hint of Luxury

June 2002
Book Publishing Report;6/3/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 22, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the enhancements planned by St.Martin's Press for the relaunch of the Let's Go Travel Series. Design of the book cover; Inclusion of essays on non-tourist issues; Featuring of safety advisories and advice on alternatives to tourism.


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