These are the titles that sold the most copies in print editions for the month of January.
TRUMPED – The Inside Story of the Real Donald Trump – His Cunning Rise and Spectacular Fall… available also in eBook and unabridged audio.
The Tournament of Supervillainy – Book 5 in C. T. Phipps snarky, engaging series. Check out all the books of Supervillainy in eBook, print, and unabridged audio.
The Paris Book – by Robert Risch – Historical fiction about Hemingway’s last novel.
SARGE! – Cases of a Chicago Police Detective Sergeant in the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s – a memoir written by John A. DiMaggio, available in eBook and Print – audiobook available in February.
The Light at the End – the original Splatterpunk novel of New York, subways, and the undead by John Skipp & Craig Spector.
The Stargate Chronicles – Memoirs of a Psychic Spy – by Joseph W. McMoneagle – Remote Viewer #1 in the US Government’s Stargate program.
High in the Mid-60s by Rick Levy – How to Have a Fabulous Life in Music Without Being Famous. Stories from a long, amazing life in the music business.
Redemptor – Book 4 of the Valducan series by Seth Skorkowsky. Demons, cults, holy weapons and action packed adventure.
Savaging the Dark – by Christopher Conlon – Murder, madness, and forbidden love – over 100 recommendations on Goodreads.
Hitting the top ten in eBooks AND print is C. T. Phipps’ Cthulhu Armageddon – book on in the series of the same name… the old west meats the Great Old Ones…