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BEST SELLERS

FICTION Last week/Weeks on list

1. The Gift, 1 / 5

by Danielle Steel

2. The Celestine Prophecy, 2 /26

by James Redfield

3. The Chamber, 3 /12

by John Grisham

4. Politically Correct 4 /10

Bedtime Stories,

by James Finn Garner

5. The Bridges of Madison County, 5 /107

by Robert James Waller

6. Until You, 12/ 2

by Judith McNaught

7. Disney's The Lion King, 8 / 4

adapted by Don Ferguson

8. The Hidden City, - / 1

by Dvid Eddings

9. The Alienist, 6 /20

by Caleb Carr

10. Undue Influence, 9 / 5

by Steve Martini

11. Everything to Gain, 7 / 6

by Barbara Taylor Bradford

12. The Crossing, 10/10

by Cormac McCarthy

13. Dixie City Jam, 11/ 2

by James Lee Burke

14. The Seventh Gate, - / 1

by Margaret Weis

and Tracy Hickman

15. Remember Me, - /17

by Mary Higgins Clark

NONFICTION

1. Embraced by the Light, 1 /68

by Betty J. Eadie

with Curtis Taylor

2. Midnight in the Garden 3 /25

of Good and Evil,

by John Berendt

3. The Agenda, 2 /10

by Bob Woodward

4. The Book of Virtues, 4 /36

by William J. Bennett

5. Motherless Daughters, 5 / 5

by Hope Edelman

6. Moon Shot, 6 / 7

by Alan Shepard & Deke Slayton

with Jay Barbee

& Howard Benedict

7. October 1964, 10/ 2

by David Halberstam

8. The Catcher Was a Spy, 7 / 3

by Nicholas Dawidoff

9. The Tribe of Tiger, 12/3

by Elizabeth Marshall Thomas

10. The Kennedy Women, 15/ 2

by Laurence Leamer

11. Saved by the Light, 11/19

by Dannion Brinkley

with Paul Perry

12. Life of the Party, 8 /11

by Christopher Ogden

13. Gal: A True Life, 14/ 4

by Ruthie Bolton

ADVICE, HOW-TO AND MISCELLANEOUS

1. In the Kitchen with Rosie 1 /18

by Rosie Daley

2. Men Are From Mars, 2 /66

Women Are From Venus,

by John Gray

3. Magic Eye II, 3 /18

by N.E. Thing Enterprises

4. Magic Eye, 4 /32

by N.E. Thing Enterprises

These listings are based on computer-processed sales figures from 3,050 bookstores and from representative wholesalers with more than 28,000 retail outlets, including newsstands, variety stores, supermarkets and bookstores. The figures are statistically adjusted to represent sales in all such outlets across the United States. The number of titles within the two subdivisions of nonfiction can change from week to week, reflecting changes in book buying.

An (x) indicates that the listed book's sales, weighted to reflect the book-selling industry nationally, are barely distinguishable from those of the book above.