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Hislop’s sun rises to number one

Victoria Hislop proved tougher than the American Sniper, with the British author’s newest release seeing off a single-channel promotion to earn her first number one... Read more

Perfect 10 for Keyes’ ‘Woman’

Marian Keyes has notched her tenth UK Official Top 50 number one, returning to the pole position for the first time in over two years.... Read more

Bonus for staff as Usborne tops Nielsen chart

Usborne has given all its members of staff a £100 bonus after the publisher was the top-selling children’s imprint in April and May. For the... Read more

Nicholls claims bestseller charts top spot

Narrowly denied the top spot in the previous week’s charts, David Nicholls has bounced back to claim pole position in UK Official Top 50 with... Read more

Alma scores first UK Number One with Travelling to Infinity

Jane Hawking’s memoir of married life with the physicist and mathematician Stephen Hawking is the new number one on the Official UK Top 50 chart.... Read more

Child’s Personal best in UK Top 50

Lee Child and Paula Hawkins gave Transworld two fiction number ones last week, with Child nabbing his 11th top spot on the Official UK Top... Read more

Sales soar for Graham novels

The BBC’s highly successful adaptation of Winston Graham’s Poldark series has given a major boost to print sales of the series. The TV drama, starring... Read more

Moran and Ebury top the bestseller charts

The paperback of Caitlin Moran’s fiction debut How to Build a Girl is the UK’s 11th number one of 2015, earning the author her first... Read more

Deyes keeps place at top of charts

Alfie Deyes maintained his position at the official UK Top 50 chart for a second week with The Pointless Book 2 (Blink). This makes the... Read more

Charts: Alfie, Peppa grab first number ones

Alfie Deyes has avoided the difficult second book syndrome by notching up his, and publisher Blink’s, first UK Official Top 50 number one.   The... Read more

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