Kay Featherstone and Kate Allinson's Pinch of Nom Quick & Easy (Bluebird) has weighed in in the Amazon Charts' Most-Sold: Non-Fiction number one, ending the seven-week streak of Barack Obama's A Promised Land (Penguin). The blockbuster cookbook also returned to the UK Official Top 50 number one spot last week, as the post-Christmas "New Year, New You" timetable kicked in.
Richard Osman's Christmas number one The Thursday Murder Club (Penguin) continued to reign atop the Most-Sold: Fiction chart, though Julia Quinn's first Bridgerton book The Duke and I (Avon) ascended 12 places to the runner-up position, following its Netflix adaptation's debut. The second title in the series, The Viscount Who Loved Me (Avon), entered the chart in fourth place, with An Offer from a Gentleman swiping 20th.
Obama's memoir held the Most-Read: Non-Fiction top spot, earning the "unputdownable" tag, though James Clear's Atomic Habits (Cornerstone) vaulted four places to second, in its 65th week in the list.