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Bestsellers last week:

Fiction

1 WINTER OF THE WORLD
by  Ken Follett
8 (2)
2 SWEET TOOTH
by  Ian McEwan
1 (4)
3 SLEEPING FUNNY
by   Miranda Hill  

9 (2)
4 THE BEAUTIFUL MYSTERY?
by  Louise Penny
2 (4)
5 TELEGRAPH AVENUE
by   Michael Chabon
3 (2)
6 THE AGE OF HOPE   
by   David Bergen
  (1)
7 LIONEL ASBO
by  Martin Amis
7 (5)
8 THE KINGMAKER’S DAUGHTER
by Philippa Gregory
10 (5)
9 Y
by   Marjorie Celona
4 (3)
10 THE UNLIKELY PILGRIMAGE OF HAROLD FRY
by   Rachel Joyce
5 (9)

Non-fiction

1 JOSEPH ANTON
by  Salman Rushdie
 5 (2)
2 1982
by  Jian Ghomeshi
6 (2)
3 MORTALITY
by Christopher Hitchens
1 (3)
4 NO EASY DAY
by  Mark Owen
2 (3)
5 A NATION WORTH RANTING ABOUT
by  Rick Mercer 

 (1)
6 THE SECOND WORLD WAR
by   Antony Beevor  

 3 (16)
7 A DAUGHTER’S TALE
by Mary Soames
4 (8)
8 THE OATH?
by   Jeffrey Toobin
(1)
9 THE LAST VIKING
by   Stephen Bown
(1)
10 THE WORLD OF DOWNTON ABBEY
by  Jessica Fellowes  

9 (35)

**LAST WEEK (WEEKS ON LIST)

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