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Morrissey knocks Dunphy off No 1 in book chart

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Moz and his booky wooky

Morrissey's long-awaiting Autobiography has outsold Eamon Dunphy's new memoir to become the best-selling non-fiction book in Ireland this week.

Top 10 Fiction

Demon Dentist David Walliams (Harper Collins)
Downturn Abbey Ross O'Carroll-Kelly (Penguin)
Bridget Jones Mad About The Boy Helen Fielding (Random)
A Gift To Remember Melissa Hill (Simon & Schuster)
Heroes of Olympus The House of Hades Rick Riordan (Penguin)
Gone Girl Gillian Flynn (Orion)
Fault of Our Stars John Green (Penguin)
Testament of Mary Colm Toibin (Penguin)
Police Jo Nesbo (Random)
Winter Gathering Deirdre Purcell (Hodder & Stoughton)

Top 10 Non-Fiction

Autobiography Morrissey (Penguin Classic)
The Rocky Road Eamon Dunphy (Penguin)
Guinness World Records 2014 Various (Guinness)
Padre Pio Scent of Roses Colm Keane (Capel Island Press)
Citizen Quinn Ian Kehoe & Gavin Daly (Penguin)
Harry Redknapp My Autobrigraphy Harry Redknapp (Random)
Jacksers Dyin' Alone Martha Long (Random)
Where We Are One Direction (Harper Collins)
Rachel's Kitchen Rachel Allen (Harper Collins)
Becoming A Lion Jonathan Sexton (Penguin)

Chart courtesy of Eason

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