The Fort, Bernard Cornwell's tale of the American War of Independence centred on Fort George, is as popular as the 'Memoirs of the Youngest Mitford Sister', that is Wait for Me by Deborah Devonshire or, as she appears on the blurb, 'The Dowager Duchess of Devonshire - Debo to friends'.
Both are rushing ahead and I don't know which is in the lead.
Third place is definitely occupied by The Confessions of Katherine Howard by Suzannah Dunn. 'The duties of a Queen. The secrets of a woman ...'
The one that surprises me is GCHQ by Richard J. Aldrich which is subtitled The uncensored story of Britain's most secret intelligence agency'.
The surprise is that, despite being almost on the doorstep of '...the successor to Bletchley Park' we have hardly sold any.
To me, it looks the most interesting read of the four!
Just read the back blurb and you'll see what I mean.
And it's £3.00 off!