To the Slaughter: First number one in nine years for Karin

To the Slaughter: First number one in nine years for Karin

Karin Slaughter’s The Good Daughter (HarperCollins) has murdered the competition, selling 20,288 copies for £79,926 to claim the crime author’s first UK Official Top 50 number one spot since March 2009.

It is Slaughter’s second-ever overall place on the top spot since Nielsen BookScan records began in her first book with HarperCollins UK after moving over from Penguin Random House. Though The Good Daughter brings the run of British Book of the Year winner Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine (Harper) to an end, HarperCollins claims its eighth week at number one so far this year—a total HC i...

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