Swashbuckling with booksellers

August 1995
Publishers Weekly;Aug1995, Vol. 242 Issue 33, p21
Trade Publication
Reports on cocktail parties hosted by writer Linda Lael Miller and publisher Pocket Books as part of the national tour for Miller's book `Pirates.'


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