As Series Ends, Tyndale Plots To Keep From Being Left Behind -- 'If It Keeps Selling, Keep Doing Them

May 2003
Book Publishing Report;5/19/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 19, p1
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Reports on Tyndale's plan to publish the 12th and last book in the Left Behind series. Plans of Tyndale to work with Tekno Books to launch two spin-off of the adult books; Estimated number of Left Behind units sold worldwide.


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