Kinsella lands first number one in four years

Kinsella lands first number one in four years

Sophie Kinsella’s Surprise Me (Black Swan) has elbowed John Grisham from the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 19,104 copies in its first three days on sale through Nielsen BookScan’s Total Consumer Market. This, the author’s 12th number one in total, is her first since March 2014’s Wedding Night.

Surprise Me has also returned Kinsella’s highest volume for three days on sale since 2010’s Mini Shopaholic, and was a hefty 29% up on the first three days of 2017’s My Not So Perfect Life.

Additionally, Surprise Me seals up Kinsella’s 21st week in the Mass Market Fiction number one, a...

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