Still Jojo: Moyes swipes top spot for a second week

Still Jojo: Moyes swipes top spot for a second week

Jojo Moyes’ Still Me (Penguin) has held the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 47,483 copies through Nielsen BookScan’s Total Consumer Market—the highest single-week volume for any title so far in 2019 and the biggest for a Mass Market Fiction title since Dan Brown’s Origin (Corgi) in July 2018. 

Val McDermid’s Broken Ground (Little, Brown) leapt 21% week on week to leapfrog Heather Morris’ The Tattooist of Auschwitz (Zaffre), and scored the author’s highest single-week volume since 2010’s Fever of the Bone.

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