The Girl on the Train lines up in first and second place

The Girl on the Train lines up in first and second place

The Girl on the Train (Black Swan) has run away with both first and second place in the Official UK Top 50, according to Nielsen BookScan’s Total Consumer Market. Combined, the paperback and film tie-in edition for Paula Hawkins' book sold 61,169 copies for £282,349, pushing Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Little, Brown) into a distant third, on 15,577 copies sold.

It is The Girl on the Train paperback’s eighth week in the top spot and its 18th in the Mass Market Fiction number one, its volume jumped 41% to 32,382 copies—an extra 9,480 copies on the week before. The film tie-in edition ...

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