Another Solid Showing For Mass Market

September 2002
Book Publishing Report;9/16/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 36, p7
Trade Publication
Reports the sales gains of mass market paperbacks for the first seven months of the year. Inclusion of adult hardcover books in the sales; Decline of sales of the book segment; Market performance of the university press hardcover books.


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