The wife’s new book (The Peacock Emporium) is out in paperback and doing great business. It made WH Smith’s top ten list for the first week of March, for example.
The publishers sent over the listing, and so we looked to see what else was in the top ten.
=No.2: Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. Still selling? Oh well.
=No.2: The Rough Guide to the Da Vinci Code. (Michael Hagg.)
=No.3: Angels and Demons (Dan Brown).
=No.3: Secrets of Angels and Demons (Dan Burstein).
No.4: Deception Point (Dan Brown).
No.5: Digital Fortress (Dan Brown).
And bookending this incredible Dan Brown-fest, at No.1 is A Mother’s Love (Lyn Andrews) and at No.6, The Peacock Emporium.
Though obviously there are discussions to be had about titling the next one “The Love Story behind The Da Vinci Code”. And of course writing under a different name… something like Dana Brown?
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