MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for November for its literary fiction imprint, BROWN POSEY PRESS. William F. Lee’s touching grief memoir about the loss of his wife after a long marriage, All My Heroes Are Gone, ranked number one for the second month in a row. The Heatstroke Line, Edward Rubin’s climate fiction novel, was second. Christina Burns moved up two notches to third with her memoir A Journey Called Life.
|BROWN POSEY PRESS – Bestsellers for November, 2017 (by Revenue)|
|1||1||All My Heroes Are Gone||William F Lee||Grief Memoir|
|2||—||The Heatstroke Line||Edward Rubin||Climate Fiction|
|3||5||A Journey Called Life||Christina Burns||True Crime Memoir|
|4||—||Strange Magin||Catherine Jordan, et al||Short Stories|
|5||—||Live from the Cafe||Tory Gates||Literary Fiction|
Lee’s book has performed well due to author activities in his local area of Texas. The other titles were bolstered by online sales.