Martyn Ford’s All Our Darkest Secrets (Thomas & Mercer) zoomed into the Bookstat e-book chart number one for the week ending 4th September.
Its Thomas & Mercer imprint stablemates Matthew FitzSimmons’ Constance and N R Daws’ A Quiet Place to Kill also debuted in the top five.
Ann Cleeves’ The Heron’s Cry (Macmillan), the author’s second title in her Two Rivers series, coasted into second place, the same week it debuted in the Original Fiction top two in hardback.
Paula Hawkins, who spent most of 2016 in the Publisher E-Book Ranking top spot with digital blockbuster The Girl on the Train, made her debut in the Bookstat chart with A Slow Fire Burning (Transworld), in 10th place.
Clarification: Hachette has confirmed Victoria Hislop's One August Night sold 9,504; Jojo Moyes' The Last Letter from Your Lover 7,429; and Jill Mansell's And Now You're Back 5,063.
- Bookstat chart: McGowan puts a ring on the top spot
- Bookstat chart: Girl Beneath the Sea surges to top spot, Rooney shoots to second
- Bookstat chart: Sorry I Missed You aims true for the top spot
- Bookstat chart: It Started with a Secret has the top spot wrapped up
- Bookstat chart: Mansell maintains the top spot