Sales of Charles Dickens' novel Bleak House have risen in the wake of the BBC's star-studded TV adaptation.
Matthew Kelly plays Mr Turveydrop in the £6m adaptation
More than 5,000 copies have been sold in the last four weeks, according to industry tracker Nielsen Bookscan.
The book is currently at number 46 in the paperback fiction bestseller list. Sales of other Dickens titles have also risen, a spokeswoman confirmed.
Online retailer Amazon.co.uk said they recorded a 290% rise in Bleak House purchases during October.
They also saw a 31% rise in sales of two other Dickens works, Oliver Twist and A Tale of Two Cities.
Ratings for the show have been steady, with 5.9 million people watching Friday's fourth episode, according to unofficial overnight figures.
A further 2.9 million watched the repeat on Sunday, taking the total audience for the show to 8.8 million.
The £6m drama has a cast that includes Charles Dance, Gillian Anderson, Johnny Vegas and Matthew Kelly.