Robert B. Parker

Penn, Allan
July 2002
Inc.;Jul2002, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p68
Focuses on the women's clothing store Susanna in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which was chosen as the best small business by writer Robert B. Parker. Reason for choosing the store; Services and products offered.


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