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Top-selling fiction and non-fiction titles (week of November 10th, 2009)


 

Top-selling fiction and non-fiction titles (week of November 10th, 2009)

Fiction

1 THE LOST SYMBOL
by Dan Brown
2 (8)
2 TOO MUCH HAPPINESS
by Alice Munro
1 (11)
3 LAST NIGHT IN TWISTED RIVER
by John Irving
3 (3)
4 THE YEAR OF THE FLOOD
by Margaret Atwood
5 (9)
5 GALORE
by Michael Crummey
6 (2)
6 THE GOLDEN MEAN
by Annabel Lyon
4 (5)
7 HER FEARFUL SYMMETRY
by Audrey Niffenegger
(1)
8 THE MUSEUM OF INNOCENCE
by Orhan Pamuk
8 (3)
9 THE GIRL WHO PLAYED WITH FIRE
by Stieg Larsson
10 (16)
10 THE BISHOP’S MAN
by Linden MacIntyre
9 (5)

Non-fiction

1 JUST WATCH ME
by John English
3 (3)
2 A SOLDIER FIRST
by Rick Hillier
1 (3)
3 THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH
by Richard Dawkins
2 (8)
4 QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER
by William Shawcross
(1)
5 THE CASE FOR GOD
by Karen Armstrong
4 (7)
6 WHAT THE DOG SAW
by Malcolm Gladwell
6 (3)
7 TRUE COMPASS
by Edward Kennedy
9 (9)
8 OUTLIERS
by Malcolm Gladwell
10 (50)
9 SUPERFREAKONOMICS
by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner
(1)
10 THE CELLO SUITES
by Eric Siblin
8 (34)

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