Troubled Blood strikes twice atop the bestseller charts

Troubled Blood strikes twice atop the bestseller charts

Robert Galbraith's Troubled Blood (Sphere) has spent a second week in the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 25,430 copies in its first full week on sale. After just a week and a half on the shelves in total, the fifth Cormoran Strike title is 75% of the way to becoming Galbraith's bestselling hardback.

Meanwhile Mary Berry's Simple Comforts (BBC) proved its mettle by rising 57% in volume on its first week in the chart, claiming the Hardback Non-Fiction number one. This is Berry's 45th week in the category chart top spot, though her first ever outside of spring. Though she is usua...

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