First day sales for Harper Lee’s novel ‘Go Set a Watchman’ made history for adult fiction at America’s largest retail bookseller, the company announced on Wednesday. Barnes and Noble said the previous record was held by Dan Brown for his 2009 bestseller ‘The Lost Symbol,’ which is to be made into a film expected to star Tom Hanks. ‘Watchman’ surpassed E L James’ mommy-porn erotica ‘Grey’ as the number one bestseller and is on track to be the company’s bestselling book of 2015, the company said. Its global release on Tuesday was one of the biggest events in modern publishing history, more than half a century after her classic ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ made its debut. Pre-orders made the book an immediate bestseller for Barnes and Noble, and online retailer Amazon after its forthcoming release was

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