Jamie Oliver slips down book chart

Alex Ferguson has snatched the top spot from TV cook Jamie Oliver in ‘The Mail on Sunday’s’ chart of best-selling non-fiction hardbacks.
The former Scottish football manager’s ‘My Autobiography’ book is in the number one slot – formerly held by Jamie Oliver’s ‘Save With Jamie’ title.

This cookery book, which ties in with his Channel 4 TV series ‘Jamie’s Money Saving Meals,’ is now at seventh place.

It is sandwiched between Tom Kerridge’s ‘Proper Pub Food’ at number six, and ‘Eat – The Little Book Of Fast Food’ by Nigel Slater, in eighth position.

In ninth place is ‘The Great British Bake Off: Everyday’ by Linda Collister, which contains 100 recipes and includes forewords by Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood.

This book chart is compiled by Nielsen Bookscan TCM, which collates from over 6,500 outlets representing over 90% of retail book purchases in UK. It appeared in the November 3 issue of ‘The Mail On Sunday’s’ ‘Event’ magazine.

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