It has been an incredible week for Curtis Brown authors, with top ten bestsellers across hardback and paperback fiction and non-fiction.
Rosie Goodwin’s A Maiden’s Voyage, the fifth novel in her collection inspired by the Victorian ‘Days of the Week’ rhyme, boasts her highest new entry number at #3 on the Hardback Fiction list.
Instead of mapping out the 'perfect' plan, Philippa Perry offers a big-picture look at the elements that lead to good parent-child relationships in her book The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read (and Your Children Will Be Glad That You Did), which has stormed to #7 on the Hardback Non-Fiction list.
Jojo Moyes and Adam Kay are still dominating the paperback lists. Still Me remains at #1 in the Fiction list since it’s paperback release in early February, and This Is Going To Hurt sits at #2 after a record-breaking 43-week stint at the top of the Non-Fiction list.
Following the phenomenal success of Big Little Lies and it’s star-studded HBO adaptation, Liane Moriarty’s Nine Perfect Strangers comes straight in on the heels of Jojo Moyes at #2 on the Paperback Fiction list.
Lucy Foley has also found success in the Irish Book Chart with The Hunting Party, standing at #4 in Paperback and #14 in Hardback.