Heavy discounts, as much as 50%, on top-selling books by the big three Internet retailers isn't immediately expected to affect supermarket book sales, said retailers. But they eventually could cut into hardcover sales at supermarkets as the volume of books ordered on the Internet through Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com and Borders On Line continues to grow, nonfood buyers cautioned. "Our hardcover books still benefit from the traffic coming through our stores, and most sales are on ...

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