Charts: sunshine continues for Hislop and Headline

Victoria Hislop has retained the top spot on the UK Official Top 50 for the second consecutive week while Paula Hawkins continues to close in on Dan Brown’s record for most weeks as an Original Fiction number one.  Hislop’s The Sunrise (Headline) sold 28,450 copies last week through Nielsen BookScan’s Total Consumer Market, a hefty 9.1% week on week sales rise from her chart-topping performance the previous week.  Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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