Rosie Walsh's The Man Who Didn't Call (Mantle) has leapfrogged Margaret Atwood's The Testaments (Vintage) to claim the Amazon Charts Most-Sold: Fiction number one, in its 14th week in the chart. The 99p e-book romance has hovered around the top three for multiple weeks, but has now finally ascended to the top. Diane Setterfield's Once Upon a River (Transworld), which experienced a brief drop in price last week, joined in second place for its first week in the chart.
In Most-Read: Fiction, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Pottermore/Bloomsbury) boomeranged back into the top spot, knocking back Philip Pullman's The Secret Commonwealth (Penguin/David Fickling).
Adam Kay's Twas the Nightshift Before Christmas (Picador) held the Most-Sold: Non-Fiction pole for a second week. Though in Nielsen BookScan's TCM charts, Mrs Hinch: The Activity Journal (Michael Joseph) beat it to the top spot, Kay's junior doctor memoir sequel reigned in the Amazon Charts, with the original title This is Going to Hurt holding steady in fourth. The Acitivity Journal made its debut in second place in Most-Sold: Non-Fiction, after being incorrectly omitted a week ago.
The top three Most-Read: Non Fiction titles held firm on the week before, with Bill Bryson's The Body (Transworld), Louis Theroux's Gotta Get Theroux This (Macmillan) and Michelle Obama's Becoming (Penguin) remaining solid. Elton John's Me (Macmillan) rocketed into the Most-Read top 10, with Kindle and Audible readers finishing it faster than similar books.