Tom Kerridge gets a Dopamine boost back into the top spot

Tom Kerridge gets a Dopamine boost back into the top spot

Tom Kerridge’s Dopamine Diet (Absolute) has boomeranged back into the number one spot, selling 15,532 copies for £131,405. Three weeks after Val McDermid’s Out of Bounds knocked it off the top, Dopamine Diet got its own back and leapfrogged the crime title for a second week at number one.

Louise Doughty’s Apple Tree Yard (Faber & Faber) held second place overall but, with its BBC adaptation concluding over Sunday and Monday last week, jumped 8.5% in volume to 12,666 copies sold and leapfrogged Out of Bounds to take the Mass Market Fiction number one—the author’s first top spot.

James Mart...

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