Manna from heaven

Tickle, Phyllis
March 1995
Publishers Weekly;3/20/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 12, pS9
Trade Publication
Reports on the growth in sales of religious literature in 1994. List of `Publishers Weekly' periodical's religion best sellers; Trend in religion best sellers; Departure from previous patterns.


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