Transworld takes top spots with Child and Trollope

<p>Transworld secured a double-whammy last week with Lee Child snapping up the top position in the overall Top 50 chart for the first time, and Joanna Trollope taking the top spot in the original fiction chart for the first hardback she has published with what was her paperback publisher before she moved from Bloomsbury.<br /><br />But, Transworld aside, it was another dismal week for bookselling with sales in the Total Consumer Market down 7.8% year-on-year, a near negligible improvement on last week&#39;s drop of 8.3%. In total &pound;28.5m passed through booksellers&#39; tills in the wee...

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