Mass market paperbacks

Maryles, Daisy; Sanborn, Margaret
August 1994
Publishers Weekly;8/8/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 32, p342
Trade Publication
Lists paperbacks published by St. Martin's for release in fall 1994. Includes `Bold Angel,' by Kat Martin; `Ruffians,' by Tim Green; `The Apothecary Rose,' by Candace Robb; `Detective First Grade,' by Dan Mahoney; `The Sculptress,' by Minette Walters; `Reba: Queen of Country Music,' by Don Cusic; `Buy This Book and Make Me Rich,' by Rush N. Limburgher III with Rick Namey; `The Lovers,' by Morris West.


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