Jordan's sales inflate market

<p>Katie Price's much-hyped autobiography "Being Jordan" (John Blake) sold 34,392 copies in its first few days on sale, according to Nielsen BookScan data. The figure covers just three days on sale following a strict embargo on publication last Thursday (6th May).

"Being Jordan" was the second biggest selling title in BookScan's Total Consumer Market in the week to 8th May, behind Mark Haddon's "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time" (Vintage). Price has promoted "Being Jordan" with a signing tour in the last week, following extensive serialisation in the Express and OK! magazin...

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