' will earn anywhere between fifty and a hundred thousand dollars - sometimes more and sometimes less; but, as a rule, pretty close to those figures."
It was followed by The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, Captain Corelli's Mandolin by Louis de Bernieres, and Eats, Shoots & Leaves by Lynne Truss, the surprise best-seller
about the correct use of grammar.
In his new best-seller
, Pete Rose: My Prison Without Bars, the all-time hits leader admits that when he retired as an active player, he should have read up on how other great athletes handled their post-playing days.
IN BRIEF: In the field of digital cameras and cellphones, many thin-style devices came out in the fall and winter of 2002, and these models occupy the top ranks in the best-seller
Death of the West is a best-seller
and is in its fourth printing.
In Crossing the Threshold of Hope (Knopf, 1994), John Paul's phenomenal best-seller
(any book written by a pope that becomes a best-seller
is ipso facto "phenomenal"), the pontiff had equally strong words for interfaith dialogue: Happy Catholics, in their eagerness to embrace Muslims as fellow theists and children of the one God, were glossing over profound differences between Islam and Christianity.
CELIA BRAYFIELD, author of Best-seller
: Secrets Of Successful Writing (Fourth Estate, pounds 7.99): "Write what you want to read!
Liddy commands a wide listenership, and if Howard Stern and Rush Limbaugh can top the best-seller
charts, why not the G-Man?
Jusqu'a quel point les lecteurs sont-ils sensibles a cette creativite dans le best-seller
? C'est, entre autres, ce que s'est demande Jacques Lemieux en analysant >>ce que racontent les lecteurs<< a propos des best-sellers
At press time, his Miss America had been on The New York Times best-seller
list 15 weeks.
Book that, for a time, leads all others of its kind in sales, a designation that serves as an index of popular literary taste and judgment.