Dennis Clausen’s “The Accountant’s Apprentice” is the Brown Posey Press bestseller for October

Dennis Clausen’s “The Accountant’s Apprentice” is the Brown Posey Press bestseller for October

BROWN POSEY PRESS – Bestsellers for October 2018 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 NEW The Accountant’s Apprentice Dennis Clausen Literary Fiction
2 NEW The Blue, the Gray, and the Red Catherine Jordan, et al Literary Fiction
3 9 Hatched Robert Barsky Literary Fiction
4 5 The Sins of Rachel Sims Dennis Clausen Literary Fiction
5 1 Whispers in the Alders H A Callum Literary Fiction
6 Frost! Guy Graybill Short Stories
7 Pass the Pierogies Mike Breslin Cultural Memoir
8 2 Happiness Is in the Kitchen Giulio Alberoni Culinary History
9 6 Darker Gifts Stefan May Poetry
10 Life Signs and Fortune Cookies Melanie Simms Poetry
PCCA’s artistic “Downtown Details” repeats as Brown Posey Press bestseller for May

PCCA’s artistic “Downtown Details” repeats as Brown Posey Press bestseller for May

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. —  Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for May for its literary fiction imprint, BROWN POSEY PRESS. The Perry County Council of the Arts architectural exhibition guide Downtown Details: An Artful Perspective of Newport, Pennsylvania repeated in the top spot. San Diego’s Dennis Clausen grabbed the next two spots with his novels The Search for Judd McCarthy and The Sins of Rachel Simms. Michael Barton’s humorous fictional ethnography of the Shipoke, aka Shitepoke, a neighborhood of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was #4.  Sharon Marchisello’s Going Home was #4.

BROWN POSEY PRESS – Bestsellers for May 2018 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 1 Downtown Details: An Artful Perspective of Newport, Pennsy… PCCA Architecture
2 NEW The Search for Judd McCarthy Dennis Clausen Literary Fiction
3 NEW The Sins of Rachel Simms Dennis Clausen Literary Fiction
4 3 Shitepoke Michael Barton Literary Fiction
5 4 Going Home Sharon Marchisello Murder Mystery

PCCA’s book was boosted by ongoing sales at the associated photography exhibition in Newport, Pennsylvania. Clausen’s books were helped by author activities.  Barton’s book was boosted by sales to local bookstores in the Harrisburg area. Marchisello’s title received activity due to social media mentions.