The Thursday Murder Club boomerangs back into the top spot

The Thursday Murder Club boomerangs back into the top spot

Richard Osman's The Thursday Murder Club (Penguin) has bounced back to the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, for an 11th week in total and a sixth week in paperback.

The title sold 15,292 copies last week, the lowest single-week volume for any number one title since Harlan Coben's Run Away (Arrow) in August 2019. Despite this, the print market as a whole was up 6.8% in volume and 2.4% in value against the same week in 2020, indicating the strength lies in the market's depth. 

However, Osman's cosy crime title is far and away the bestselling title of the year to date (from mid-March onwa...

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