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Overlooked, But Not Forgotten  The Daily Beast offers its list of The 14 Best Books You Missed This Decade. The list features no books containing "a wizard, a vampire, or a code."

Mum's No Longer the Word on MI5: Chris Rutten of the LA Times reviews Defend the Realm, an in-depth look at the British Security Service by insider Christopher Andrew--a Cambridge scholar and MI5's "official historian" for the better part of the last decade. 

Moving & Shaking: Just in time for acting on those New Year's resolutions, Dr. David A. Colbert's The High School Reunion Diet  makes its way on to our Movers & Shakers

--Lauren


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Decebmer 30, 2009

Here at teensy BelleBooks, Memphis, TN, we're totally astonished that four of our titles are in the top ten at Kindle's bestseller list (and three of those are NO. 1 in their respective genre niches.)

Considering all the controversy over the free titles ruling the post-Xmas list we're flabbergasted to be in the middle of it; we signed up a few of our books for the Kindle freebie program as a promotion, never dreaming that they'd reach such heights. Free or not, that's a major accomplishment for our itsy-bitsy publishing company.

We rule! Who would have guessed?

More info here:

http://ridingwiththetopdown.blogspot.com/


All best,
Deb Smith, partner, editorial director
BelleBooks
www.bellebooks.com

Posted by: deborah smith | Wednesday December 30, 2009 at 12:25 PM

That "14 Best Books You Missed" list is great. I wrote down five titles I'd never heard of--though I am currently reading Kynaston's "Austerity Britain" and it's fantastic.

Posted by: Mike Smith | Wednesday December 30, 2009 at 2:04 PM

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