Pratchett makes money at number one

<p>The Christmas feel to the bestseller charts seen since late August continued last week, with another nine new entries into the Top 50 and a fifth of the chart occupied by authors that had titles in the top 50 last Christmas.</p><p>Terry Pratchett continues to set the pace with <em>Making Money</em>, improving its sales by over 5,000 units. The Doubleday title&mdash;the sequel to <em>Going Postal</em>&mdash;took advantage of decreasing sales of Ian McEwan&#39;s <em>Atonement</em> (Vintage) to go top. The paperback edition of Josephine Cox&#39;s emotional drama <em>The Loner</em> (Harper) ...

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