Bestsellers

MASS MARKETFICTION

1 Reflected in You: A Crossfire Novel, Sylvia Day, Penguin Books

2 Fifty Shades Of Grey, EL James, Arrow Books

3 The Pleasures Of Winter, Evie Hunter, Penguin Books

4 Fifty Shades Freed, EL James, Arrow Books

5 Tyringham Park, Rosemary McLoughlin, Poolbeg Press

FICTION

1 A Week In Winter, Maeve Binchy, Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing)

2 I Wished For You, Amy Huberman, Penguin Ireland

3 The Shelbourne Ultimatum, Ross O’Carroll-Kelly, Penguin Ireland

4 The Mystery of Mercy Close, Marian Keyes, Michel Joseph

5 The Casual Vacancy, JK Rowling, Little, Brown

PAPERBACKNON-FICTION

1 Cheryl: My Story, Cheryl Cole, Harper

2 When We Danced: A Memoir, Melanie Verwoerd, Liberties Press

3 The Good Room: Why We Ended Up in a Debtors’ Prison — and How We Can Break Free, David McWilliams, Penguin Ireland

4 All in My Head: The Autobiography, Lar Corbett, Transworld Ireland

5 The Untouchables: The People Who Helped Wreck Ireland — and are Still Running The Show Shane Ross & Nick Webb, Penguin Ireland

HARDBACK NON-FICTION

1 Guinness World Records 2013, Guinness World Records

2 Just Mary: A Memoir, Mary O’Rourke, Gill & Macmillan

3 Jamie’s 15-Minute Meals, Jamie Oliver, Michael Joseph

4 Calm the Soul: A Book of Simple Wisdom and Prayer, Poor Clares Galway, Hachette Books Ireland

5 Isn’t it Well for Ye?: The Book of Irish Mammies Colm O’Regan, Transworld Ireland

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