Bestsellers – Week of June 8, 2012

Top-selling fiction and non-fiction titles, plus our latest book reviews

Fiction

1 CANADA
by Richard Ford
1 (3)
2 BRING UP THE BODIES
by Hilary Mantel
3 (5)
3 IN ONE PERSON
by John Irving
2 (6)
4 THE LIMPOPO ACADEMY OF PRIVATE DETECTION
by Alexander McCall Smith
4 (11)
5 WHY MEN LIE
by Linden MacIntyre
 (1)
6 THE WIND THROUGH THE KEYHOLE
by Stephen King
5 (7)
7 MISSION TO PARIS
by Alan Furst
 (1)
8 THE HEADMASTER’S WAGER
by Vincent Lam
8 (7)
9 SILVER
by Andrew Motion
9 (2)
10 A DANCE WITH DRAGONS
by George R.R. Martin
6 (47)

Non-fiction

1 THE END OF GROWTH
by Jeff Rubin
1 (5)
2 THE WORLD OF DOWNTON ABBEY
by Jessica Fellowes
4 (20)
3 LET’S PRETEND THIS NEVER HAPPENED
by Jenny Lawson
6 (3)
4 THE SECOND WORLD WAR
by Antony Beevor
 (1)
5 THE DAY THE WORLD DISCOVERED THE SUN
by Mark Anderson
7 (2)
6 THE PASSAGE OF POWER
by Robert Caro
2 (6)
7 THE HOUR BETWEEN DOG AND WOLF
by John Coates
3 (2)
8 A THOUSAND FAREWELLS
by Nahlah Ayed
 (1)
9 WHAT MONEY CAN’T BUY
by Michael Sandel
8 (5)
10 PASSION CAPITAL
by Paul Alofs
9 (2)

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