Cole-blooded: Betrayal steals away with the number one spot

Cole-blooded: Betrayal steals away with the number one spot

Martina Cole’s Betrayal (Headline) has swiped the UK Official Top 50 number one spot from Ian Rankin's Rather Be the Devil (Orion), selling 19,635 copies for £71,299. This is the author’s 10th week as overall number one, and her first since May 2014. It is also her 15th Mass Market Fiction number one—though her paperback record pales in comparison to her hardback one: she has racked up 62 weeks as Original Fiction queen.

The Original Fiction chart went all 2015 with a YouTuber number one. Louise Pentland’s debut novel Wilde Like Me (Zaffre) sold 7,192 copies to take the Original Fiction to...

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