As much as I dislike this story, it just gathers fans from all over. At this rate it will soon pass "Holding Richmond" in sales.
It's a bit like Cliff Thorburn, the Canadian snooker player who was always in the money. Whereas Steve Davis was world champion, he could also run cold for periods and not get anywhere, Cliff was by far the more bankable player as he was always in the Quarter-finals, if not the semi's.
"Holding Richmond" and "Dockland murders" both made a splash but have died, whereas this just plods along gathering sales. The irony here is that I don't like this story, maybe I should start writing things I don't like.