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Weekly Highlights: 23rd-29th June 2018

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman is a New York Times No. 1 bestseller for the third consecutive week.

Eleanor reached No.7 in  Italy, keeping its position in the top ten bestseller chart for the third week running.

In the UK, Eleanor reached No.4 in the paperback charts, having sold 16,200 paperbacks and 6,523 eBooks.

Gail Honeyman was awarded the 2018 Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award for her book in a ceremony adjudicated by A. L. Kennedy.

How Do You Like Me Now? by Holly Bourne has climbed to No.10 on The Bookseller Heatseekers chart, and is No.11 in the UK hardback chart. Currently combined eBook and print sales total 5,117 copies.

Holly featured on Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4 today during which she discussed her latest book with Jane Garvey.

Waterstones Liverpool did an amazing window display for How Do You Like Me Now?:

Three agency authors, C. L. Taylor, C. J. Tudor and Teresa Driscoll, have been shortlisted for the Dead Good Reader Awards for The Fear, The Chalk Man and I Am Watching You respectively.

C. L. Taylor has sold over 50,000 eBooks of The Fear and sales of the paperback edition stand at close to 40,000 copies.

The Fear has made the Big Book shortlist in the ‘Page Turner’ category which is voted for by readers of Prima magazine. The winners will be announced at a celebratory event this summer.

The Silent Victim by Caroline Mitchell has been named by Goodreads as one of the ‘Unputdownable Domestic Suspense Thrillers of 2018′

The Beekeeper’s Secret by Fiona Valpy is a No.1 in the Australian Kindle Chart.

Remigiusz Mróz has been announced in the 2017 Reading National Survey as the most popular contemporary living Polish author.

Review copies of Mel Sherratt’s latest book Hush Hush are now available to request on Net Galley.