Seth Rogen's Yearbook (Sphere) soared 12 places to top the Amazon Charts' Most-Sold: Non-Fiction chart, as Richard Osman's The Thursday Murder Club (Viking) notched up another week as the Most-Sold: Fiction number one. The Hollywood actor's memoir also debuted in the Most-Read: Non-Fiction, in just its second week on the digital shelves.
Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony and Cass R Sunstein's Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgement (William Collins) made itself heard in the Most-Sold: Non-Fiction chart's runner-up spot, as Dr Andrew Jenkinson's Why We Eat (Too Much) (Penguin) returned to the chart in third place. The title now includes a new chapter on Covid-19 and obesity.
Ruth Jones' Us Three (Transworld) joined Osman and Matt Haig's The Midnight Library (Canongate) in the top three Most-Sold: Fiction titles, as K L Slater's The Marriage (Audible) debuted in fourth. Victoria Hislop's One August Night (Review) and Jojo Moyes' The Horse Dancer (Hodder & Stoughton) cantered into the top 10.