Musharraf`s memoir hit second spot in best sellers list
28 September, 2006
WASHINGTON: President General Pervez Musharraf’s memoirs "In the line of fire" after making record sales after the second day of its release has jumped to second place from the previous sixth in the best sellers list.
As per sources American bookseller network Online Stores maintains that the book after its record making sales has reached second place from sixth on the second day of its release.
Noam Chomsky’s book is the only book ahead of the Musharraf’s "In the line of fire" on the best sellers list.
An Indian book distributor Mr Rahul told that we purchased 8000 copies and only 50 are left the rest are all sold. We have placed the order for 4000 more copies.
A Hindi edition of the book is in the offing.
Meanwhile, brushing aside Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf’s claim that the flexibility shown by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in resolving the Kashmir issue has been withering over the last two years, Congress today asked "should we believe everything he has said as true?".
"That might be his thinking. He has said so many things in his book. Should we believe everything as true?", party spokesman Satyavrat Chaturvedi told reporters when asked his reaction on the book "In the Line of fire" and certain statements made in it.
Chaturvedi emphatically said that no one needed to have any doubt over the peace process initiated by the Prime Minister with Pakistan. He recalled that the Prime Minister has also made it clear that the process could go forward if Pakistan ensured that its soil was not used for terror activities against India.