What books sell best in the shop? This is a question we get asked often and off the top of our heads it was difficult to say – picture books did well, but so did historical fiction and non-fiction as well as crime thrillers. With the thanks of a bit of spare time and a spreadsheet we set about looking at the sales for 2018 and what genre had the highest percentage.
Please welcome our latest victim guest, Brian Stoddart. On the metal plate suspended above that puddle by wires is a chocolate fish. Behave and the delicious pink marshmallow fish covered in chocolate won’t end up a goopy mess on the floor.
In the event of an earthquake/zombie plague/or random occupation – you’ll find emergency procedures taped to the bottom of your seat. Yes, just like a flotation device. You’ll also find a Glock 17 with a full magazine.
Remember you cannot reason with zombies and it’s a head shot every time.
The Ngaio Marsh Awards, in association with the Waipa District Council, invites booklovers to an event featuring four talented storytellers from the Waikato & Bay of Plenty. As crime writing has evolved from puzzle-like mysteries[...]
The Ngaio Marsh Awards, in association with Nelson Libraries, invites Top of the South booklovers to a thrilling event featuring three outstanding New Zealand writers with a talent for crime and mystery. Dame Fiona Kidman,[...]