With some 40 paperback novels to her credit—many of them national bestsellers—in an impressive 10-year career, Suzanne Brockmann made her hardcover debut with last year's Gone Too Far, which garnered her still more glowing reviews and a four-week stint on PW's fiction bestseller list. Now she's at it again: Flashpoint, published by Ballantine on March 30, debuts today at #11, with 115,000 copies in print after two printings. (Ballantine's mass market edition of Gone Too Far, meanwhile, just spent three weeks on our charts with a hefty 500,000 in print.) And check out this tour conveyance: it's the Flashmobile, Brockmann's minivan (with artistic "alterations" courtesy of Ballantine), in which she's driving from her home near Boston to farflung stops ranging from Pensacola, Fla., to Oklahoma City to Kalamazoo, Mich. One fan, reported Ballantine associate publicity director Gilly Hailparn, couldn't get to Brockmann's signing but honked her horn to flag down the Flashmobile as it drove through town. Now that's loyalty. —With reporting by Dick Donahue