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Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier Debuts At #4 On The New York Times Best Sellers List, Makes Audiobook Top 10 On iTunes

Mark Frost’s second Twin Peaks novel, Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier, debuted at the number 4 spot on the famous New York Times Best Sellers list for hardcover fiction this week. It made it to the 8th spot on the combined print and e-book fiction list. Nielsen Bookscan reports 18,242 copies sold in its first week after release. A year ago, the preceding novel, The Secret History of Twin Peaks, snagged the #6 spot in its release week before disappearing from the list.

New York Times Best Sellers: Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier by Mark Frost

“Thanks Peaksters,” the author responded to the news on Twitter, using a term of endearment TP fans don’t hear that often. “Spread the word,” he added. Hence this post.

The audiobook narrated by Annie Wersching made it into the top 10 on Apple’s iTunes store and currently ranks 2nd on Audible’s Arts & Entertainment list. If you’ve never tried Amazon’s service before before, you can download the excellent audio version for free by signing up for a free Audible trial.

Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier is available as a hardcover through Amazon USSpainJapanFrance and Germany, or Book Depository with free worldwide delivery.

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Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier Debuts At #4 On The New York Times Best Sellers List, Makes Audiobook Top 10 On iTunes

Mark Frost's second Twin Peaks novel, Twin Peaks: The Final Dossier, debuted at the number 4 spot on the famous New York Times Best Sellers list. Nielsen Bookscan reports 18,242 copies sold in the book's first week after release.

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