New James Bond novel 'Solo' plummets down UK charts
The new James Bond continuation novel 'Solo' by William Boyd has tumbled down the UK best-seller charts in its second week on release.
With first week sales of just under 9,000 hardbacks
disappointing, the news that 'Solo' has dropped 17 places to #22 in the UK best-seller charts must be worrying for publisher Random House (under the Jonathan Cape imprint).
To put the figures in context, another of Jonathan Cape's new titles, 'Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy' shifted 46,000 in its first day alone despite suffering poor reviews and printing errors.
are selling the hardback just Â£9, less than half the retail price of Â£18.99.
The book launched in the USA last week, but its first sales charts are not available yet.
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