Oliver's 5 Ingredients scoops fifth week at the top

Oliver's 5 Ingredients scoops fifth week at the top

Jamie Oliver has dished up a fifth week as the UK Official Top 50 number one, as 5 Ingredients—Quick & Easy Food (Michael Joseph) sold 44,956 copies for £537,538.  Now the fourth-bestselling title of the year in volume terms, last week it defeated David Walliams’ The World’s Worst Children 2 (HarperCollins Children's) to become the most valuable book of the year to date, at just a whisker under £3m earned.

Ken Follett’s A Column of Fire (Macmillan) blazed into second place, swiping the Original Fiction number one from John Le Carre’s A Legacy of Spies (Viking). With 14,226 copies sold, it ...

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