Best selling Crime Fiction in June

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It seems as J K Rowling's alter ego, Robert Galbraith is flying high. "His" first novel, The Cuckoo's Calling with a Galbraith signature has sold for £899. A copy of the new novel, The Silkworm, with a hologram and a signature has sold for £699. Speaking of breeches parts, an original artwork for an Ellis Peters novel (Funeral in Figaro) has sold for £85.
One of Roald Dahl's rare adult books Someone Like You Signed 1st Edition has made £100. Of course Dahl did quite a number of adult stories, for instance The Tales of the Unexpected.
A rather unknown gangster author, Hank Janson, had his book Sadie Don't Cry Now sell for about £108.
A collection of four Peter Wimsey titles, penned by Dorothy L Sayers sold for £117, despite being Folio reprints.
Blackmail first edition by Arthur Bennett, turned into a film by Alfred "Goooood Eveeeeening..." Hitchcock went for £150.
A Rebus first edition Watchman by Ian Rankin went for £215, no questions asked, surprisingly. 
A charity audition for a first edition of Len Deighton's The Ipcress File raised £268.
Two first edition of George Bellairs novels both raised £85. He create the Inspector Littlejohn series. No, I haven't heard of them either, but someone must have.
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