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‘The Rosie Result’ and ‘The Barefoot Investor’ top Australian charts

Graeme Simsion’s The Rosie Result—the final instalment in the internationally bestselling Rosie trilogy—has debuted at the top of the Australian fiction bestsellers chart for February. Other new entries in the fiction bestsellers chart are Dervla McTiernan’s The Scholar, the follow-up to her bestselling crime-thriller The Ruin; and Sally Hepworth’s domestic suspense novel The Mother-in-Law.

In the nonfiction bestsellers chart, new entries include writer and influencer Zoe Foster Blake’s guide to relationships, Love!; diet books 16:8 Intermittent Fasting by Jaime Rose Chambers and The Busy Mum’s Guide to Weight Loss on a Budget by Rhian Allen; and Jane Caro’s Accidental Feminists, which explores the feminist experience for a generation of women now aged over 55.

Australian fiction bestsellers: February

  1. The Rosie Result (Graeme Simsion, Text Publishing)
  2. The Tattooist of Auschwitz (Heather Morris, Echo Publishing)
  3. Boy Swallows Universe (Trent Dalton, HarperCollins)
  4. The Lost Man (Jane Harper, Macmillan)
  5. The Scholar (Dervla McTiernan, HarperCollins)
  6. Nine Perfect Strangers (Liane Moriarty, Macmillan)
  7. Bridge of Clay (Markus Zusak, Picador)
  8. The Mother-in-Law (Sally Hepworth, Macmillan)
  9. The Dry (Jane Harper, Pan)
  10. Gone by Midnight (Candice Fox, Bantam)

Australian nonfiction bestsellers: February

  1. The Barefoot Investor (Scott Pape, John Wiley)
  2. Easy Keto (Pete Evans, Plum)
  3. LOVE! (Zoe Foster Blake, Michael Joseph)
  4. The Barefoot Investor for Families (Scott Pape, HarperCollins)
  5. Any Ordinary Day (Leigh Sales, Hamish Hamilton)
  6. Dark Emu (Bruce Pascoe, Magabala Books)
  7. 16:8 Intermittent Fasting (Jaime Rose Chambers, Macmillan)
  8. The Land before Avocado (Richard Glover, ABC Books)
  9. The Busy Mum’s Guide to Weight Loss on a Budget (Rhian Allen, Plum)
  10. Accidental Feminists (Jane Caro, Melbourne University Press)

© Nielsen BookScan 2019
Period covered: 3 February to 2 March 2019
Data supplied by Nielsen BookScan’s book sales monitoring system from 1000 retailers nationwide

 

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