C. James Gilbert’s historical novel “A Second Revolution” tops Milford House Press bestsellers for November

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for November for its Milford House Press fiction imprint. C. James Gilbert's A Second Revolution, the 3rd book in The Langdon Trilogy about American Civil Rights took the top spot. Mark Mitten took 2nd and 8th with his two Western novels, Hard to Quit and Sipping Whiskey in a Shallow Grave. Jess Steven Hughes grabbed three spots on the top 15 with his historical novels set in Ancient Rome. Sherry Knowlton took two spots with her Alexa Williams murder mystery novels that have political twists. Wade Fowler's newly released Compass Island Incident, providing an alternate history to the JFK assassination, debuted at 4th.

MILFORD HOUSE PRESS - Bestsellers for November 2017 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 -- A Second Revolution C James Gilbert Historical
2 15 Hard to Quit Mark Mitten Western
3 -- Ded Reckoning William F Lee Espionage Thriller
4 NEW The Compass Island Incident Wade Fowler Detective Thriller
5 3 The Sign of the Eagle Jess Steven Hughes Historical
6 -- Emeralds of the Alhambra John Cressler Historical
7 10 The Broken Lance Jess Steven Hughes Historical
8 -- Sipping Whiskey in a Shallow Grave Mark Mitten Western
9 -- The Bronze Dagger Marie Sontag Historical YA
10 -- The Sea Is a Thief David Parmalee Historical
11 8 Dead of Autumn Sherry Knowlton Detective Thriller
12 -- Dead of Summer Sherry Knowlton Detective Thriller
13 7 The Wolf of Britannia Part II Jess Steven Hughes Historical
14 1 Three Rogues in Gettysburg J Geoffrey Barber Historical
15 -- Patsy! Doug Brode Historical
Gilbert’s novel A Second Revolution took the top spot due to author activities. Jess Steven Hughes had three titles on the list due to his ongoing book signings. The others were helped by ebook and online sales.