Weekly E-Ranking: The Midnight Line strikes one

Weekly E-Ranking: The Midnight Line strikes one

Lee Child’s The Midnight Line has easily topped the Weekly E-Book Ranking, shunting last week’s pole, Michael Connelly’s Two Kinds of Truth, down to fourth. Child’s 2016 prequel, Night School, enjoyed a knock-on boost, reappearing in the top 20 for a 33rd week in total. It was a stellar week for Penguin Random House, with former number ones Dan Brown’s Origin and Philip Pullman’s La Belle Sauvage rounding out an all-PRH top three.

Pan Macmillan took a hefty eight places, with five of those occupied by the author David Baldacci. Some very clever price positioning was going on here: Baldacci...

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