Suspense Remains Steady Despite Leveling Off

May 2010
Book Publishing Report;May2010, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the status of suspense book in the bestselling list in 2009. It notes that books in suspense category appeared all year long in 2009. It adds that even suspense books has leveled off since 2006, all three years since then were 35-50% better than in 2005 and up to 20% better that the five-year average. It mentions that there were 117 authors for the 199 entries on the lists in 2009, with James Patterson handily claiming the top spot, along with John Grisham and Dan Brown.


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