Weekly E-Ranking: Lost Things finds number one

Weekly E-Ranking: Lost Things finds number one

After hovering in the top five for the previous fortnight, Ruth Hogan's The Keeper of Lost Things has vaulted four spots to claim her first pole position on the Weekly E-Book Ranking. Hogan's much-lauded début's first appearance in the ranking coincided with the release of the paperback, and its digital sales have undoubtedly been helped by her nod on the autumn Richard & Judy/W H Smith Book Club. Hogan's novel—which she began writing after she was stricken with cancer and was unable to sleep because of chemotherapy treatments—has sold just under 22,000 units through Nielsen BookScan since ...

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