Pinch of Nom whips up a second week at the top

Pinch of Nom whips up a second week at the top

Kay Featherstone and Kate Allinson’s record-breaking cookbook Pinch of Nom (Bluebird) has rustled up a second week in the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 122,073 copies in its first seven days on sale. At 332,000 copies sold in total, Pinch of Nom is now easily the bestselling book of 2019 to date, beating David Walliams and Tony Ross’ Fing (HarperCollins) by nearly 48,000 copies. 

Kate Atkinson’s Transcription (Black Swan) rose to second place, leapfrogging Fing and increasing by 24% week on week. At 20,179 copies sold, the literary spy thriller scored the author’s highest sin...

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