Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Countdown To Three Week's UK Publication

The momentum keeps building for THREE WEEKS TO SAY GOODBYE'S U.K. publication in December with a blitz of online publicity.

Shots Mag says that "C.J. Box is a huge bestseller in the States, and, when Three Weeks to Say Goodbye hits bookshelves in the U.K., he's destined to win a big audience over here as well," adding,"This is a terrific thriller with suspense mounting inexorably and nasty surprises coming from all directions. It's also packed with memorable characters. Make a note of the name. C.J.Box is here to stay."

Tangled Web says the book is "a must read for fans of Linwood Barclay and Harlan Coben."

More reviews are forthcoming in Bookbag.co.uk, Lovereading.co.uk, The Liffeyside Blog, and It's A Crime.

Box will be the featured author in December at Bookrabbit.com, and Book Club Forum, Critical Mick, and Crime Always Pays will feature interviews with him.

There's plenty more to come, so check back here for updates!

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Lehane Still Going Strong

We're pleased to tell you that THE GIVEN DAY is still holding its spot at #24 on The New York Times trade paperback bestseller list, while SHUTTER ISLAND has popped up as #35!

Thursday, October 01, 2009

The Given Day Hits The NYT Paperback Bestseller List

THE GIVEN DAY by Dennis Lehane came out in paperback a few weeks ago, and we're pleased to tell you that it's hit #24 on The New York Times paperback trade fiction bestseller list. With the novel's Boston setting, it's no surprise that it also hit #6 on the Boston Globe list!

Meanwhile, SHUTTER ISLAND is still holding strong on the Times' mass-market fiction list at #14!

Two Months Until Readers Say Hello

Corvus, a brand new imprint of Atlantic Books, will publish C.J. Box's THREE WEEKS TO SAY GOODBYE in the U.K. in December, and they're already rolling out the red carpet for Mr. Box's arrival. The book was featured on the cover of The Bookseller (pictured above), as well as inside the magazine:

For all of our readers across the pond who can't wait to start reading it, you can download the first chapter from the Corvus website.