• BA launches members' pension

    <p>The Booksellers Association is to provide all staff whose companies are members of the BA with access to a stakeholder pension with Legal&amp;General.</p><p> Meryl Halls,... Read more

  • WHS Christmas shops to boost books

    <p>Book publishers will benefit from W H Smith's plans to maximise sales in the Christmas trading period by opening up to 100 temporary stores. The... Read more

  • BVCD goes into liquidation

    <p>BVCD, the leading off-the-page book sales supplier, has gone into liquidation after its management failed to find a buyer for the business. The company owes... Read more

  • Amazon launches fund

    <p>US online bookseller has removed all retail messages from its welcome page and is displaying a link to the Red Cross disaster relief fund,... Read more

  • Frankfurt Book Fair to go ahead

    <p>The Frankfurt Book Fair is to go ahead as planned this year despite fears that US publishers would stay away because of security fears and... Read more

  • Publishing counts cost of New York terrorist strike

    <p>The New York book business was in a state of shock today following the devastating terrorist strikes on the World Trade Centre on Tuesday 11th... Read more

  • Hodder teams up with

    <p>Hodder Children's Books is to team up with online education company to publish a new series of educational books.</p><p> Hodder will have the exclusive... Read more

  • Gordon Wright in Savage buyout

    <p>Scottish independent Gordon Wright Publishing has been bought out for an undisclosed sum by Steve Savage, managing editor of condensed books at Reader's Digest.</p><p> Savage... Read more

  • Shingleton to Rightscom

    <p>Bob Shingleton, who left his job as Bertrams sales and e-commerce director abruptly after a boardroom reshuffle in July, has joined digital rights consultancy Rightscom... Read more

  • Gullane profits rocket

    <p>Pretax profit at UK-based rights company Gullane Entertainment, owner of Guinness World Records (GWR) and David and Charles's Children's Books, has rocketed by 60% to... Read more

  • Turnaround drops Brady book

    <p>UK book distributor Turnaround has dropped "The Gates of Janus", the controversial new book about serial killers written by Moors murderer Ian Brady, following a... Read more

  • Shake up at Random House Australia

    <p>Margaret Seale, deputy managing director of Random House Australia, has been promoted to m.d. in an executive reshuffle.</p><p> She will report to Brian Davies, chairman... Read more

  • British Bookshops battles through

    <p>British Bookshops and Stationers, the 48-strong chain formerly known as Sussex Stationers, battled against severe flooding, fuel protests and a delay to its new computer... Read more

  • WHS and Yahoo! push e-books

    <p>W H Smith has signed a raft of deals with Random House, HarperCollins, Taylor&amp;Francis, Time Warner and Cambridge University Press to sell their e-books on... Read more

  • Stratus sparks interest from two parties

    <p>House of Stratus has appointed corporate recovery specialist Hacker Young as adviser in a bid to raise extra investment to secure its financial future and... Read more

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    Pinch of Nom
    by Kay Featherstone & Kate Allinson
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    Normal People
    by Sally Rooney
  3. 3.
    Heads You Win
    by Jeffrey Archer
  4. 4.
    The Outsider
    by Stephen King
  5. 5.
    The Mister
    by E. L. James
  6. 6.
    The House Across the Street
    by Lesley Pearse
  7. 7.
    Past Tense
    by Lee Child
  8. 8.
    Hinch Yourself Happy
    by Mrs Hinch
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    Pieces of Her
    by Karin Slaughter
  10. 10.
    Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid
    by Kinney, Jeff
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