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Weekly Highlights: 28th July – 3rd August

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman is back at No.2 in the New York Times paperback list. Eleanor remains a top ten bestseller in Italy, and has climbed back to No.3 in their foreign fiction charts.

Show Stealer by Hayley Barker published in paperback with Scholastic.

Proof copies of The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal were unveiled ahead of its publication as a lead debut for Picador in 2019.

Bookouture revealed the stunning cover for Coming Home to Maple Cottage by Holly Martin. Publishing in September 2018, you can pre-order your copy here.

The Friend by Teresa Driscoll has sold 70,000 copies, just four months after its publication.

French rights in I Am Watching You by Teresa Driscoll have sold to City Editions.

C. L. Taylor was interviewed by The Bestseller Experiment podcast about her career as an author. You can listen to the full episode here.

The Beekeeper’s Promise by Fiona Valpy is a top five bestseller in the Amazon UK Kindle fiction chart.

The Cornish Village School by Kitty Wilson is a top ten bestseller in the Amazon Australia bestseller charts, and features at No.6 in their ‘Holiday Romance’ category.

Are We All Lemmings & Snowflakes? by Holly Bourne was reviewed in The Observer by Fiona Noble, who said: “Bourne is intensely readable and writes with compassion, insight and humour.”

It was revealed that the YA book was the bestselling book at YALC last weekend, and it has inspired an online campaign, #kindnessiscontagious, to spread empathy and tolerance.

Faber FAB Illustration Prize 2018 winner, Yu-Hua Lo has signed with the agency and will be represented by Alice Sutherland-Hawes.

Caroline Mitchell was interviewed live on Ireland AM this morning, during which she discussed her new crime thriller Truth and Lies.