Nicholls claims bestseller charts top spot

Nicholls claims bestseller charts top spot

Narrowly denied the top spot in the previous week’s charts, David Nicholls has bounced back to claim pole position in UK Official Top 50 with his seventh overall number one.

Nicholls’ Us (Hodder) shifted 24,849 units through Nielsen BookScan’s Total Consumer Market last week. This actually represents a marginal (-1.6%) drop off in sales week on week when Us was pipped to number one by Jane Hawking’s Travelling to Infinity (Alma), the memoir of her marriage to Stephen Hawking and the basis for the Oscar-winning biopic “The Theory of Everything”. Hawking’s autobiography benefited greatly las...

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