Jordan's novel debuts at number two

<p>Random House's star property, Katie Price, proved last week that in fiction as well as non-fiction, few can touch her sales power. After promoting her debut novel Angel (Arrow) with appearances including a horse-drawn carriage ride down Oxford Street, it sold a whopping 30,434 copies in its first week in the shops.

That was not quite enough to get the model-turned-author to the top of the charts again. James Patterson and Andrew Gross' Lifeguard (Headline) took that honour with sales of 36,794 copies--it is Patterson's first overall number one since the Alex Cross thriller The Big Bad Wo...

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