Memoirs of the Forty-Five Years of the Life of James

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If all else fails, you can just use a scanner to scan the book cover yourself. As a result, I sold foreign rights to McGraw-Hill in England, book club rights to Newbridge's Executive Program and Fortune Book Club, serial rights to Income Plus, and finally reprint rights for a new trade paperback and hardcover edition to John Wiley & Sons (which are currently publishing the book as The Complete Direct Marketing Sourcebook). When I found out Borders was closing, I stopped in and gave “one last tip” to the barrista’s who knew us by name.

Pages: 106

Publisher: TheClassics.us (September 12, 2013)

ISBN: 1230233733

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