Harper Lee dominates US chart

Harper Lee dominates US chart

Harper Lee dominated Nielsen BookScan US charts with four spots in the top 10 and seven in the top 100, led by Go Set a Watchman (Harper) which recorded the second best first-week sale for an adult hardback since BookScan US records began, shifting almost three quarter of a million units.

The hardback of Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird sequel sold 746,805 copies last week, the best US opening week for a hardback adult since Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol (Doubleday) sold almost 1.2 million copies in its first seven days of sale in September 2009.

Additionally, the Go Set a Watchman audiobook CD—...

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