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“Moneyball," the movie starring Brad Pitt, could restore the title to best-seller lists.”
“Soon after Stonewall, The Joy of Sex, which only a few years earlier would have been banned as pornography for its hundreds of pictures of copulating couples, spent seventy weeks on the New York Times best-seller list and introduced millions of heterosexuals to sexual positions previously thought to be degraded and perverted.”
“Some James Bond books, originally authored by Ian Fleming, hit the best-seller lists in the hands of John Gardner, but a more recent effort by Sebastian Faulks was a disappointment in the U.S.”
“One of the country's largest book publishers is offering a short story by one of its most successful authors for the bargain bin price of 99 cents—and the work, which has been available for pre-order for several weeks, has already hit No. 51 on Amazon's digital best-seller list.”
“The Snowman," due in the U.S. May 10, was a best-seller in England.”
“In addition to the allegations surrounding the accuracy of Greg Mortenson's best-seller "Three Cups of Tea," others are questioning the financial statements of his Bozeman, Mont., nonprofit group, the Central Asia Institute, or CAI, which builds schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan.”
“But he didn't think the book was a guide to management strategies or computers, and remained equivocal about the fame that had come through someone else's best-seller.”
“When the sprawling dramatization of Alex Haley's genealogical best-seller first aired in 1977, it was a true phenom, drawing an average audience of nearly 80 million.”
“McGinniss, who wrote the best-seller The Selling of the President 1968, moved to Alaska to do research on Palin.”
“It became a best-seller at once on both sides of the Atlantic.”
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