Burton lands top spot for second week

Burton lands top spot for second week

Jessie Burton's The Miniaturist (Picador) tops the UK book chart for a second week. 

With 25,268 copies sold in the seven days leading to the 10th January, Burton achieved the highest one week sales figure of her career to date and was up in volume terms by 16% week to week. The novel has now sold just over 58,700 copies in paperback in four weeks.

With a full seven days of sales behind them, many of the new entries, which made their way into the chart last week (for sales w/e 3rd January, climbed this week. Emma Healey's Elizabeth is Missing (Penguin) another notable and critically-accla...

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