At the risk of sounding uncharitable, I can't help but notice that quite a few of the books in the Amazon Alternate History New Releases Chart can only be described as 'Alternate History' by using an extraordinarily liberal interpretation of the term. Asterix and the Griffin? Accidentally Engaged to the Billionaire Book 5? And does Conan-Doyle's The Hound of the Baskervilles really belong in a list of new releases?
I recall @Jared commenting that "Walking Through Dreams" ended up in something like the Native American Literature chart.This is a longstanding issue. My particular bugbear is the inclusion of the 'Sharpe ' novels as AH
Who are we to argue with an algorithm whose cybernetic brainpower is so awesome that it routinely recommends my own books to me?