Pullman dusts off second week in the charts top spot

Pullman dusts off second week in the charts top spot

Philip Pullman’s La Belle Sauvage (PRH/David Fickling) has pulled off a second week in the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 45,015 copies for £546,248. Jamie Oliver’s 5 Ingredients (Michael Joseph) leapfrogged Dan Brown’s Origin (Bantam) to re-claim the runner-up spot, though it dropped below 30,000 copies sold for the first time. At well over 400,000 copies sold and rustling up a 10th week as Hardback Non-Fiction number one, 5 Ingredients may now be untouchable in the race for bestselling book of the year. If it wasn’t for David Walliams…

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