Patterson tops chart as Ehrlin scores surprise hit

Patterson tops chart as Ehrlin scores surprise hit

James Patterson has jumped to the top of the UK Top 50 chart this week with 14th Deadly Sin (Arrow)—his 21st individual title to reach the summit since Nielsen BookScan’s records began. However, Swedish author Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin has scored a surprise hit with his picture book The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep, coming in at second position – the first book produced on Amazon’s CreateSpace platform to make the Official UK Top 50.

Patterson’s paperback sold 21,242 copies in the week to Saturday (22nd August), giving him his second top spot of 2015 after the paperback edition of Invis...

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