Bookstat chart: Last Night climbs to the summit

Bookstat chart: Last Night climbs to the summit

Mhairi McFarlane’s Last Night (HarperCollins) leapt into the Bookstat e-book number one spot for the week ending 17th July, jumping one place to the top spot. The title has been priced at 99p for July so far, and sales have soared. Clare Chambers’ Women’s Prize-longlisted Small Pleasures (Weidenfeld & Nicolson) and Ian Rankin’s A Song for the Dark Times (Orion) joined it in the top three.

Susan Stoker’s Trusting Molly (Montlake) débuted in fourth place, while Eve Chase’s Black Rabbit Hall (Penguin) hopped into seventh. Dr Joshua Wolrich’s Food Isn’t Medicine (Ebury) was the sole non-fiction title, in 10th.