Peter James is leaving the competition dead in its tracks. After launching NOT DEAD YET in the UK to rave reviews and sales, and being the first title to break the E.L James 50 SHADES OF GREY sixteen week numbers one to three positions on the UK sales charts when it parachuted straight to No 1 in publication week, NOT DEAD YET is now the Amazon 'Pick of the Month' and the Apple iTunes 'Best of November' pick in the U.S.
NOT DEAD YET is the much anticipated eighth book in the thrilling Roy Grace crime series. With James' gritty plot twisting and gripping writing he has created a huge and loyal following in the UK and abroad with over 13 million copies sold worldwide.
Selected by Publishers Weekly in 2005 as one of the five crime writers tipped to become a new brand name in the USA, Peter James is doing just that with these major Amazon and iTunes promotions and we couldn't be more thrilled with his success.
NOT DEAD YET is published by Minotaur in the US with the hardback edition to be released November 27. For more details click here.
Praise for Roy Grace series:
'US readers deserve to know what the rest of the world has known for years - Peter James is one of the best crime writers in the business.' Karin Slaughter
'British author James dreams up a horrific intersection of extreme perversion and Internet technology in his frighteningly, expertly constructed second Det. Supt. Roy Grace novel ... The rapid-fire suspense builds to a terrifying, graphic conclusion that leaves tantalizing room for future instalments in the series.' -- Publishers Weekly (starred review)
'James has created a flawed and compelling character in his Detective James Superintendent Roy Grace series, and the tense suspense in DEAD MAN'S GRIP will keep readers turning the pages…Fans will love this latest Roy Grace thriller, and newcomers will find 'Dead Man's Grip' the perfect place to start.' -- Jeff Ayers, Associated Press
'Exceptional, knock-your-socks-off.' -- Washington Post
'This intriguing series...offers a tantalizing look at Grace's past and a mystery that will keep readers guessing until the end and anticipating James's next book. Fans of British police procedurals, if they haven't discovered James already, will want this one.' -- Library Journal