The hunt for good values

Dahlin, Robert
September 1995
Publishers Weekly;9/11/95 Supplement, Vol. 242 Issue 37, pS3
Trade Publication
Focuses on the promotional and marketing efforts of remainder and bargain booksellers in the United States. Tapering of the growth in the sale of bargain books; Need to concentrate on trade paperback remainders; Independent booksellers' concerns on promotional books. INSET: CIROBE gears up for fifth show, by R.D..


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