Henry Green once again has a hit on their hands. The first novel of the author, live and let Live, this week on the first place of the Bestseller 60.
Live let live is the successor of the two fictional diaries that Green, a pseudonym of Peter de Smet, wrote about life in a retirement home. Of the two books went together over half a million copies over the counter in the Netherlands and Flanders. The new book is not about Green, but about Arthur Ophof, whose life a bit brighter.
Green trumps the booklist the new book of bestselling author Michel van Egmond. He wrote a sequel to his success Topshow, about the ups and downs behind the scenes of the voetbaltalkshow Football Inside.
Also the rest of the top ten is quite a shake-up with the releases of, among others, the joint book of the American ex-president Bill Clinton and thrillerschrijver James Patterson, President of the missing, and the Sexdagboek of Heleen van Royen.
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