Must read: Bestselling titles for the end of October

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Our latest book reviews:

Last week’s bestsellers, compiled by Brian Bethune:

Fiction

1 DEAR LIFE
by Alice Munro
1 (3)
2 THE CASUAL VACANCY
by J.K. Rowling

2 (5)
3 SWEET TOOTH
by Ian McEwan 

5 (9)
4 WINTER OF THE WORLD
by Ken Follett
3 (7)
5 THE RACKETEER
by Ian McEwan
 (1)
6 419
by Will Ferguson

7 (2)
7 THE BEAUTIFUL MYSTERY  
by Louise Penny 

8 (9)
8 BACK TO BLOOD
by Tom Wolfe
 (1)
9 TELEGRAPH AVENUE
by Michael Chabon

6 (7)
10 REVENGE OF THE VINYL CAFE
by Stuart McLean

9 (3)

Non-fiction

1 I’M YOUR MAN
by Sylvie Simmons

 7 (2)
2 MORTALITY
by Christopher Hitchens

5 (8)
3 JOSEPH ANTON
by Salman Rushdie

2 (7)
4 1982
by Jian Ghomeshi
1 (7)
5 PLUTOCRATS
by Chrystia Freeland

6 (2)
6 THE KIND OF LIFE IT’S BEEN
by Lloyd Robertson

9 (2)
7 A NATION WORTH RANTING ABOUT
by Rick Mercer

3 (6)
8 WAGING HEAVY PEACE
by Neil Young

4 (5)
9 LEONARDO AND THE LAST SUPPER
by Ross King

8 (4)
10 A DAUGHTER’S TALE
by Mary Soames
10 (13)

**LAST WEEK (WEEKS ON LIST)

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Must read: Bestselling titles for the end of October

  1. I was trying to find a review of “419″ and could not. (I AM married to a Maclean’s subscriber!). Why can’t you link your reviews to the list, when available, and allow
    links from the best seller titles list when available? mfankbon@sfulca

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