The Sentinel holds firm in the number one spot

The Sentinel holds firm in the number one spot

Lee and Andrew Child's The Sentinel (Corgi) has gripped the UK Official Top 50 number one spot for a second week running, selling 28,523 copies for its first full week on the shelves in paperback.

Not only is this Child's 39th week in the Mass Market Fiction top spot, it is also the ninth spring running that a Jack Reacher title has scored a number one in the category chart. Since his first pole in 2007, Child has only missed out in spring 2012, when the eventual 19-week run of E L James' Fifty Shades of Grey (Arrow) in the top spot was just beginning.

The print market improved 1.9% in vo...

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