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‘Boy Swallows Universe’ and ‘The Barefoot Investor’ top Australian charts

Australian fiction bestsellers: July

There are 10 new entries across the Australian fiction and nonfiction bestsellers charts in July. In fiction, it’s all about the thriller: Petronella McGovern’s debut suburban thriller Six Minutes; bestselling author Michael Robotham’s psychological thriller Good Girl, Bad Girl; Kerry McGinnis’ outback mystery The Roadhouse; and Nicola Moriarty’s relationship thriller The Ex. In nonfiction, new entries include Niki Savva’s account of the toppling of former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Plots and Players; Stephanie Wood’s investigation into duplicitous suiters, Fake; and the biography of youth worker Bernie Shakeshaft, Back on Track: How one man and his dogs are changing the lives of rural kids (with James Knight).

  1. Boy Swallows Universe (Trent Dalton, Fourth Estate)
  2. The Tattooist of Auschwitz (Heather Morris, Echo Publishing)
  3. Six Minutes (Petronella McGovern, Allen & Unwin)
  4. Nine Perfect Strangers (Liane Moriarty, Macmillan)
  5. The Lost Man (Jane Harper, Pan)
  6. Good Girl, Bad Girl (Michael Robotham, Hachette)
  7. The Roadhouse (Kerry McGinnis, Michael Joseph)
  8. The Ex (Nicola Moriarty, HarperCollins)
  9. The Dry (Jane Harper, Pan)
  10. The Nowhere Child (Christian White, Affirm Press)

Australian nonfiction bestsellers: July

  1. The Barefoot Investor (Scott Pape, John Wiley)
  2. 4 Ingredients Keto (Kim McCosker, 4 Ingredients)
  3. Plots and Prayers (Niki Savva, Scribe)
  4. Dark Emu (Bruce Pascoe, Magabala Books)
  5. Easy Keto (Pete Evans, Plum)
  6. Fake (Stephanie Wood, Vintage)
  7. Back on Track (Bernie Shakeshaft & James Knight, Hachette)
  8. The Barefoot Investor for Families (Scott Pape, HarperCollins)
  9. Heal (Pete Evans, Plum)
  10. On Eating Meat (Matthew Evans, Murdoch Books)

© Nielsen BookScan 2019 (Period covered: 20 June to 27 July 2019)
Data supplied by Nielsen BookScan’s book sales monitoring system from 1000 retailers nationwide


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