Prince of all of south Dublin Ross O'Carroll Kelly is back up where he belongs - at the top of the Irish bestsellers list with his latest adventure, Downturn Abbey.

Author Paul Howard outsold Stephen King, Jo Nesbø and Colm Toibin to claim the top spot with the latest dispatch from the gilded life of Ross. In the new 400-page novel, the eighteenth in the series, we find that there is tumult in the splendour of Honalee down Killiney way as RO'CK stares down the barrel of middle age and, worse, his son is consorting with commoners.

Here's the full list of bestsellers, roysch?

Top 10 Fiction

Downturn Abbey Ross O'Carroll-Kelly (Penguin)
Gone Girl Gillian Flynn (Orion)
Demon Dentist David Walliams (Harper Collins)
Police Jo Nesbo (Random)
Never Go Back Lee Child (Transworld)
The Cuckoo's Calling Robert Galbraith (Little, Brown)
Maeve's Times Maeve Binchy (Hodder & Stoughton)
Testament of Mary Colm Toibin (Penguin)
Doctor Sleep Stephen King (Hodder & Stoughton)
And The Mountains Echoed Khaled Hosseini (Bloomsbury)

Top 10 Non-Fiction

Becoming A Lion Jonathan Sexton (Penguin)
Padre Pio: Scent of Roses Colm Keane (Capel Island Press)
Guinness World Records 2014 Various (Guinness)
Too Many Tears Fiona Doyle (Penguin)
Where We Are One Direction (Harper Collins)
Jacksers Dyin’ Alone Martha Long (Random)
Save With Jamie Jamie Oliver (Penguin)
Rachel's Kitchen Rachel Allen (Harper Collins)
Real Mrs Brown: Authorised Biography of Brendan O'Carroll Brian Beacon (Hodder & Stoughton)
One Direction The Official Annual One Direction Harper Collins

Chart courtesy of Eason