Weekly E-Ranking: The Girl on the Train thunders back into the number one spot

Weekly E-Ranking: The Girl on the Train thunders back into the number one spot

After a four-week break, Paula Hawkins' The Girl on the Train (Transworld) has steamed back into the Weekly E-Ranking top spot, for a 13th non-consecutive week. While in the print charts, Christmas gift non-fiction has edged the million-copy-bestselling psychological thriller out of the upper echleons of the Top 50, the relatively gift-proof nature of the e-book has given it a second wind in the digital rankings. Stablemate Lee Child's Night School, which in hardback continues to hold the Original Fiction number one, has declined off its first-week peak volume in "e" and dropped to second, ...

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