Audible Charts: The Foundling adopts the weekly chart top spot

Audible Charts: The Foundling adopts the weekly chart top spot

Stacey Halls' The Foundling (Zaffre) has toddled straight into the Audible weekly number one spot. Halls' second title, the follow-up to her blockbuster debut (and Nibbies-nominated) The Familiars, made its debut straight into the Original Fiction chart in hardback earlier this year.

Audible consumers were in a historical mood, with P G Wodehouse' Thank You, Jeeves (Audible), first published in 1934, and E M Forster's Howards End (Audible), first published in 1910, entering the chart in second and fourth place respectively.

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