Perfect 10 for Keyes’ ‘Woman’

Perfect 10 for Keyes’ ‘Woman’

Marian Keyes has notched her tenth UK Official Top 50 number one, returning to the pole position for the first time in over two years.  

Keyes’ The Woman Who Stole My Life (Penguin) sold 24,139 copies through Nielsen BookScan’s Total Consumer Market, an impressive 27% rise on its first week sales. She bumps David Nicholls from number one after his one-week reign with Us (Hodder) which had a week on week volume decline of 22.7% selling 19,195 units and dropping to third. 

Martina Cole’s The Good Life (Headline) jumps from third to second on sales of 20,121 copies. Keyes last hit number one...

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