Tagged: Lee Child

Grisham to headline Theakston Crime Writing Festival

Legal thriller writer John Grisham is to headline the 2018 Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate this July. Read more

Monthly E-Ranking: Darker before Midnight

Despite shifting 10,000 digital units fewer in December than November, Darker leapfrogged Lee Child’s The Midnight Line to give E L James her first e-book... Read more

Midlist authors plug big-brand gap in 2017 review

In 2017 the marginal growth was propelled not by breakout bestsellers, but by undervalued—perhaps literally—midlist writers. Read more

Monthly E-Ranking: Child first in line again

Lee Child has once again claimed the Monthly E-Book Ranking number one, with The Midnight Line selling a stunning 62,094 units in November and ousting... Read more

Don Winslow to headline Harrogate

"New York King of Crime" Don Winslow has been revealed as the first headliner and "special guest" of The Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate.... Read more

Weekly E-Ranking: The Midnight Line strikes one

Lee Child’s The Midnight Line has easily topped the Weekly E-Book Ranking, shunting last week’s pole, Michael Connelly’s Two Kinds of Truth, down to fourth.... Read more

Child and Hawkins dominate library loans

Lee Child's Night School (Bantam) tops the LibScan lending chart for the year to date, with a whopping 17,537 loans between January and July.... Read more

Brookmyre scoops Theakston Crime Novel award

Chris Brookmyre has scooped the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award for his novel Black Widow (Little, Brown). Read more

Big Four’s share continues to fall

In keeping with the pattern of recent years, the Big Four’s share of the overall market has contracted, with many feeling the absence of a... Read more

Child, Children's and Crime keep TCM afloat in first half

A rise in selling prices has seen Nielsen BookScan's Total Consumer Market grow again in the first half of 2017, underpinned by strength in depth.... Read more

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