“Damascus Countdown” on NYT bestseller list for fifth week

NYT_home_bannerWhen you write a novel, you just hope that your parents can find it at a bookstore within 100 miles of their house, not that it will become a national best-seller.

So thanks so much to all who are continuing to purchase and read the new novel, and those who are blogging about it, Tweeting about it, endorsing it, and reviewing it on Facebook, Amazon, BN, and in other places.

Thanks to all those who have interviewed me about the book and its parallels to what’s really happening in Iran, Syria, Israel and the broader Middle East. Thanks to all the brick & mortar bookstores, on-line and e-book retailers, and audio book retailers who have backed the novel so enthusiastically.

We just found out that Damascus Countdown will remain on the New York Times hardcover fiction best-seller list for the fifth straight week. It debuted at #7. Currently it will be on what’s known as the “extended list” at #29.

Lynn and I are very grateful for the enthusiastic response to this novel. God bless you.


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