1 Fifty Shades Of Grey, E.L. James, Arrow Books

2 Fifty Shades Darker, E.L. James, Arrow Books

3 Fifty Shades Freed, E.L. James, Arrow Books

4 Bared to You: A Crossfire Novel, Sylvia Day, Penguin books

5 The Litigators, John Grisham, Hodder Paperback


1 A Very Accidental Love Story, Claudia Carroll, AVON, a division of HarperCollins

2 Ancient Light, John Banville, Viking

3 Better Together, Sheila O’Flanagan, Headline Review

4 Criminal, Karin Slaughter, Century

5 The Prisoner of Heaven, Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Weidenfield & Nicolson


1 Run Fat Bitch Run, Ruth Field, Sphere

2 Thinking, Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahnerman, Penguin Books

3 Flourishing, Maureen Gaffney, Penguin Books

4 The Chilling, Real-Life Story of a Satanic Murder: The Boy in the Attic, David Malone, Mainstream Publishing

5 Paying for it: How Turning Tricks Paid the Mortgage, Kept the Kids in Trainers, Scarlett O’Kelly, Penguin Books


1 The Taste of Ireland: Landscape, Culture and Food: Taste of Series, Tamsin Pickeral, Star Fire

2 A Pocket History Of Ireland, Joseph McCullough, Gill & Macmillan

3 The Secret, Rhonda Byrne, Simon & Schuster Ltd

4 A Message of Hope from the Angels, Lorna Byrne, Coronet Books

5 The Second World War, Antony Beevor, Weidenfeld & Nicolson


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