Weekly E-Ranking: The Honeyman isn't over

Weekly E-Ranking: The Honeyman isn't over

Gail Honeyman has scored a double: in the same week that Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine ascended to the print number one spot, the e-book edition of the title ousted Jojo Moyes’ Still Me from the Weekly E-Book Ranking top spot. In 2016, Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train knocked Still Me’s predecessor, After You, from the summit, and the psychological thriller went on to spend 54 weeks in the top 20, 19 of them at number one. If Eleanor Oliphant... can hang around the digital ranking until the end of June, it’ll topple that record and become the longest-charting e-book in the weekly ...

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