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AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: JANUARY 2016

Hello everyone, it’s time for the first chart for 2016. January is usually calmer month in the bookstores after December’s huge sales around Christmas.

We’ve got another portion of Kindle first choice books, who occupied the front places. The Moonlit Garden by Corina Bomann is the champion with a full score of 80 points. The Former monthly winners The Short Drop and The Good Neighbor are brought back in contention with solid positions in Top 10.

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AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: DECEMBER 2015

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Dear friends, Happy New Year. Land of Books wishes to you and your families all the best during the entire 2016. We will start the New Year with our traditional Amazon monthly rankings.

Once again we have a clear winner of the chart. A Death in Sweden smashed the field with a maximum point score of 80 points. The novel by Kevin Wignall beat the November’s champion A Short Drop. It was a very close battle between many entries to enter into our Top 10. Check out the most wanted books for the last month of 2015.
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AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: NOVEMBER 2015

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Winter is coming along with Christmas and New Year holydays. It’s time to make your selection of books for the upcoming rest days. Just to warm up before the last month of the year here is our monthly rankings for best books in Amazon.
We’ve got a perfect scorer in the face of The Short Drop by Matthew FitzSimmons. The debuting author was superior in a very strong field of books featuring new novels by authors like John Grisham, David Baldacci and Michael Connelly.

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AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: OCTOBER 2015

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The second month of autumn became the time for a total dominance by Camille Pagán and her book Life and Other Near-Death Experiences. The title stayed in Top 3 of Kindle Amazon bestselling list during the entire month. Even the movie premiere of The Martian couldn’t move out of the first place the best novel for October.
Despite the strong performance of the winner, we’ve got some very close clashes for the other places in Top 10. Check them out

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AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: SEPTEMBER 2015

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It was September to remember for James Hankins and his thriller The Prettiest One. The novel’s official release has been set October 1, but in the previous month the book was available for pre-order and download due to Kindle First program.
The noise about Ridley Scott’s movie The Martian reflected directly to the Andy Weir’s original. The novel returned in the Top 10. There are some other interesting trends in the book market so you may enjoy them in the following chart.

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AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: AUGUST 2015

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The month of August saw a new hot debut emerging as a total dominating force at Kindle Amazon rankings. The Good Neighbor by A. J. Banner gathered a rare maximum of 80 points score and was unanimous winner of our chart. The Girl on the Train returned in the Top 3. Few other titles also made their comeback in the chart which is a guaranty for their quality.
Land of Books took some time for the Summer vacation, but as always we are presenting to you the best books for the hottest month of the year.

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AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: JULY 2015

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In the middle of the summer the hottest titles around the world once again gathered their devoted solders/readers to battle for the top of Kindle Amazon ranks. The month of July was the month of Harper Lee. 65 years after her masterpiece To Kill a Mockingbird, the second novel by the author from Alabama was released. Guess what, the reception by the readers was amazing and Go Set a Watchman topped the rankings around the world.

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CATHERINE COULTER: NEMESIS, AS MOST OF MY FBI THRILLERS, HAS TWO MYSTERIES

Catherine Coulter’s FBI mysteries are known as one of the most thrilling stories in the genre. Her last book Nemesis was published earlier in July.
The novel was consumed right away by the fans and currently is standing solidly in Kindle Top 40 ranks with average of 4.5 Amazon stars from 220 plus reviews. “Fabulous read”, “Nail biting thriller”, and “Catherine never let me down,” are some of the readers’ opinions about Nemesis.
Our next guest is NY Times Bestselling author with 75 books behind her. We’ve got a chance to chat with Catherine Coulter for a short Q&A during her writing of the next FBI mystery.

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– Catherine, what is your last book Nemesis about?
– Most of my FBI thrillers have two mysteries and NEMESIS is no exception. Special Agent Lacey Sherlock is the nemesis in this 19th FBI thriller. Not only does she bring down a terrorist at JFK Airport, working with the New York Field Office, she stops the mastermind, a hugely bad dude. You’ll appreciate that St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York is saved, as is St. Paul’s in London. Ah, but the high speed train in France — you’ll have to read NEMESIS to see what happens.
In the second mystery, Special Agent Dillon Savich–with the help of Agent Griffin Hammersmith–has his hands full trying to track down a killer who uses others to unwittingly do his bidding. But one of his minions makes a big mistake and points Savich directly to a house of Wiccans in the small town of Plackett, Virginia. Savich knows one of them is the puppet master. But which one? When there are attempts on his life and Hammersmith’s, Savich wonders if he’s killed in a dream, will he really be dead? Scary, scary stuff.
Who is really behind the bombing attacks at JFK and St. Patrick’s? Terrorists, as it seems? Or does it go much deeper? And who is the psycho path puppet master in the small innocent town of Plackett? Dive into Nemesis and prepare for a wild ride.
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AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: JUNE 2015

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The big news from June’s rankings is that The Girl on the Train finally was beaten by some other book. E. L. James’s trilogy was reborn once again with very smart way of keeping the fans of her books turning page after page. As always we’ve got some very nice Kindle First Choice novels, which are standing close to the top.
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AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: MAY 2015

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins sets another record in our monthly rankings. The novel is standing solid on the top for fourth consecutive month. Once again the thriller was challenged by Amazon First Choice’s titles and once again the bestseller maintained the championship place with strong showing in the second part of May.
We’ve got some interesting new titles in the ranks and few others are once again in the chart.

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