Only Mika Waltari may have been able to do the same as Max Seeck, but exact information is not available.
Helsinki resident Max Seeckin (b. 1985) was a thriller originally released last year Loyal reader or The Witch Hunter has risen to 11th place in the list of best-selling paperbacks in the United States. The New York Times published sales list last night Finnish time.
Only Mika Waltari may have been able to do the same, but exact information is not available.
The Witch Hunter is the book of the month for the Barnes & Noble bookstore chain in November and therefore sells very well.
As usual, the number one on the list managed by the jigsaws is Lisa Jewellin Then She Was Gone, second James Patterson The 19th Christmas and three David Baldaccin Walk the Wire.
A year ago an earlier historical case of the same book was reported. He bought the rights to turn it into a television series at the time Greg Silvermanin large production company Stampede Ventures.
The rights to Max Seeck’s works are sold to the world by Elina Ahlback Literary Agency. Loyal reader has been purchased so far in 38 countries.
“The development of the television series is progressing as planned, the script is being finalized, and more news is forthcoming in the near future,” Elina Ahlbäck says.
“Our agency’s Los Angeles office is currently negotiating with the television series production and screenwriting team, and in collaboration with Stampede Ventures.”
Loyal reader start the series with the second part The evil web appeared this fall. It has been sold to 23 countries so far. Seeck’s Finnish publisher is Tammi.