Jojo Moyes’ Still Me is the number one bestseller in paperback fiction. Moyes has soared to the overall number one book in the UK this week. Moyes’ novel continues the story of much-loved character Louise Clark begun in the worldwide bestseller Me Before YouAdam Kay’s award-winning memoir of life as an underpaid, overworked junior doctor, This Is Going To Hurt has returned to number one in paperback non-fiction.

Lucy Foley and Jane Harper have both reached the top ten in hardback fiction. Published by HarperCollins in late January, Lucy Foley’s highly anticipated The Hunting Party follows a group of old friends as their New Year’s Eve party on an isolated Scottish estate ends in murder. Jane Harper’s The Lost Man is a new tale of brotherhood and murder in the Australian outback.

In paperback fiction, Lisa Jewell’s psychological thriller Watching You has reached number four, followed by A. J. Finn’s debut crime thriller The Woman In The Window at number 6.

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