PETER JAMES GOES STRAIGHT IN AT NO 1 AFTER ONLY 3 DAYS OF SALES….
We are really pleased to announce that after a very successful few days of signings and interviews, Peter James has gone straight in at no 1 in the Sunday Times Original Fiction chart with his latest Roy Grace thriller, Dead If You Don’t.
Peter went in at no 1 after only three days of sales having signed over 1,500 books in a packed few days of signings at supermarkets and bookshops including Sainsburys, Tesco, Asda, Waterstone’s and WHSmiths. Combined with interviews on TV, radio and an event at Bristol Crime Fest with Martina Cole, this led to Dead If You Don’t going in at no 1 with sales of over 12,500.
Peter James says: ‘I’m thrilled to bits that I’ve gone in at no 1 and have had to pinch myself that it’s my 13th consecutive no 1 and…… thirteen is my lucky number.’
In the novel, Kipp Brown and his teenage son, Mungo, arrive at the Amex stadium for their team’s biggest-ever football game when, during a bomb scare, Mungo disappears. A short while later, Kipp receives a text with a ransom demand and a warning not to go to the police if he and his wife want to see their son alive again. But as a massive, covert manhunt for the boy and his kidnappers begins, Detective Superintendent Roy Grace starts to realize that not all is what it seems…
Read about Peter’s launch at Brighton’s Amex Stadium here.