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FICTION Last week/Weeks on list

1. Skipping Christmas, 1/8

by John Grisham

2. Violets are Blue, 2/6

by James Paterson

3. The Corrections, 6/17

by Jonathan Franzen

4. Last Man Standing, 5/8

by David Baldacci

5. He Sees You When 4/6

You're Sleeping,

by Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark

6. Desecration, 3/9

by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins

7. Jackdaws, 8/4

by Ken Follett

8. Journey Through Heartsongs, 11/10

by Mattie J. T. Sepanek

9. One Door Away From Heaven, —/1

by Dean Koontz

10. The Best-Loved Poems 10/13

of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis,

chosen by Caroline Kennedy

NONFICTION

1. John Adams, 2/32

by David McCullough

2. The No Spin Zone, 1/11

by Bill O'Reilly

3. Jack: Straight From the Gut, 4/16

by Jack Welch with John A. Byrne

4. Theodore Rex, 3/6

by Edmund Morris

5. The Final Days, 7/11

by Barbara Olson

6. The Universe in a Nutshell, 5/8

by Stephen Hawking

7. Bias, 6/4

by Bernard Goldberg

8. When Character Was King, 12/7

by Peggy Noonan

9. Christmas in Plains, 9/4

by Jimmy Carter

10. One Nation, 8/7

by editors of Life Magazine

ADVICE, HOW-TO

AND MISCELLANEOUS

1. How I Play Golf, 1/12

by Tiger Woods

2. The Prayer of Jabez, 2/45

by Bruce H. Wilkinson

3. Self Matters, 3/6

by Phillip C. McGraw

4. Guinness World Records 2002, 4/13

5. The Heart of the Soul, 5/1

by Gary Zukav and Linda Francis

Rankings reflect sales figures at almost 4,000 bookstores plus wholesalers serving 50,000 other retailers (gift shops, department stores, newsstands, supermarkets), statistically weighted to represent sales in all such outlets nationwide. An (x) indicates that a book's sales are barely distinguishable from those of the book above.