Kindle best-sellers: Nora Roberts's 'The Search' debuts in a top spot
Wednesday 14 July 2010
Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy continues to hold the top three spots on Amazon's list of best-selling Kindle e-books for the week ending July 10, according to Amazon.com. The Swedish crime novels are followed by
The Search by perennial bestseller Nora Roberts.
Released as an e-book on July 6, The Search tells the story of Fiona Bristow, a canine search-and-rescue volunteer and serial-killer survivor who finds love in the American Pacific Northwest.
Also new to the bestseller list is Terry Gerritsen's Ice Cold, the latest in the thriller writer's series about Boston medical examiner Maura Isles and homicide detective Jane Rizzoli. The e-book is accompanied by a script for the pilot episode of an American television show based on the books.
Kindle weekly best-sellers:
1. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - Stieg Larsson (1=position last week)
2. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest - Stieg Larsson (2)
3. The Girl Who Played with Fire - Stieg Larsson (3)
4. The Search - Nora Roberts (new)
5. Private - James Patterson (4)
6. Sh*t My Dad Says - Justin Halpern (9)
7. Sizzling Sixteen - Janet Evanovich (5)
8. The Passage - Justin Cronin (6)
9. Ice Cold - Terry Gerritsen (new)
10. The Help - Kathryn Stockett (re-entry)
Amazon's Kindle e-reader is available internationally. Kindle e-books can also be read on the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch, PCs and Macs, BlackBerry and Android phones, and tablet computers including the iPad.
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