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New York Times best sellers

FICTION Last week/Weeks on list

1. A Feast for Crows, —/1

by George R.R. Martin

2. Light from Heaven, —/1

by Jan Karon

3. Predator, 1/3

by Patricia Cornwell

4. At First Sight, 2/4

by Nicholas Sparks

5. The Camel Club, 3/3

by David Baldacci

6. Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt, 4/2

by Anne Rice

7. Toxic Bachelors, 5/3

by Danielle Steel

8. Knife of Dreams, 6/5

by Robert Jordan

9. The Da Vinci Code, 10/138

Dan Brown (illustrated edition)

10. Ordinary Heroes, 7/2

by Scott Turow

NONFICTION

1. Our Endangered Values, 1/2

by Jimmy Carter

2. Team of Rivals, 3/3

by Doris Kearns Goodwin

3. The World Is Flat, 4/32

by Thomas Friedman

4. The Year of Magical Thinking, 2/6

by Joan Didion

5. The Truth (With Jokes), 4/3

by Al Franken

6. 700 Sundays, 6/2

by Billy Crystal

7. Freakonomics, 7/31

by Steven Levitt

and Stephen Dubner

8. Marley and Me, 9/4

by John Grogan

9. My Friend Leonard, 12/6

by James Frey

10. 1776, 11/25

by David McCullough

ADVICE, HOW-TO

AND MISCELLANEOUS

1. Natural Cures "They" Don't 1/21

Want You to Know About,

by Kevin Trudeau

2. Healthy Aging, 2/4

by Andrew Weil

3. The Purpose-Driven Life, 3/148

by Rick Warren

4. Your Best Life Now, 4/56

by Joel Osteen

5. Daily Readings From 5/2

Your Best Life Now,

by Joel Osteen

PAPERBACK BESTSELLERS

1. State of Fear, 1/3

by Michael Crichton

2. Night Fall, 2/3

by Nelson DeMille

3. Whiteout, 3/3

by Ken Follett

4. Life Expectancy, 4/3

by Dean Koontz

5. Northern Lights, 5/7

by Nora Roberts

6. The Kite Runner, 6/62

by Khaled Hosseini

7. London Bridges, 7/7

by James Patterson

8. Wicked, 8/11

by Gregory Maguire

9. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: 9/2

Operation Barracuda,

by David Michaels

10. Light on Snow, 11/43

by Anita Shreve

PAPERBACK NONFICTION

1. A Million Little Pieces, 1/8

by James Frey

2. Jarhead, 2/5

by Anthony Swofford

3. In Cold Blood, 3/39

by Truman Capote

4. The Devil in the White City, 4/92

by Erik Larson

5. The Tipping Point, 5/66

by Malcolm Gladwell

6. When Will Jesus Bring 6/2

the Pork Chops?

by George Carlin

7. Magical Thinking, 7/7

by Augusten Burroughs

8. Reading Lolita in Tehran, 8/98

by Azar Nafisi

9. Guns, Germs and Steel, 9/167

by Jared Diamond

10. Chronicles: Vol. One, 10/9

by Bob Dylan

PAPERBACK ADVICE,

HOW-TO AND MISCELLANEOUS

1. 365: No Repeats, 1/2

by Rachel Ray

2. Why Do Men Have Nipples? 2/15

by Mark Leyner and Billy Goldberg

3. The South Beach Diet, 3/30

by Arthur Agatston

4. The O'Reilly Factor for Kids, 4/3

by Bill O'Reilly

5. What to Expect When 4/246

You're Expecting,

by Heidi Murkoff, Arlene Eisenberg

and Sandee Hathaway

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.