Tony Hendra's Father Joe: The Man Who Saved My Soul moves up the national charts in its second week on sale; considering the rave reviews—including a cover New York Times Book Review that puts it in "the first tier of spiritual memoirs," that's no surprise. Published by Random House on May 18, the book went from 11,000 copies in print to more than 170,000 in less than three weeks. Hendra's previous writings have consisted of biting satires in Spy magazine and National Lampoon, so this book—about spiritual lessons he learned from a lifelong friendship with a Benedictine monk—surprised and pleased his many readers. Media hits have included Imus in the Morning, NPR's Fresh Air and Weekend Edition, along with a Wall Street Journal feature story.