Signed copies of Jamie Vardy's book selling out fast in Leicester store
Signed copies of Jamie Vardy's autobiography are selling fast in a Leicester book store.
Waterstones, in Highcross shopping centre, took delivery of 100 more copies of From Nowhere: My Story.
The store sold out of 100 signed copies of the Leicester City star's life story within hours of putting them on sale last Thursday.
By 2pm today, they had sold 50 of the new consignment. this means they have 50 copies left.
A Waterstones member of staff said: "The signed copies are still selling really well.
"If anyone wants a signed copy of the book they will have to move quickly. They are... read more
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