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New York Times best sellers

FICTION Last week/Weeks on list

1. Polar Shift, —/1

by Clive Cussler

with Paul Kemprecos

2. The Historian, 3/12

by Elizabeth Kostova

3. Slow Burn, —/1

by Julie Garwood

4. The Da Vinci Code, 2/129

by Dan Brown

5. Point Blank, 1/2

by Catherine Coulter

6. Chill Factor, 4/3

by Sandra Brown

7. Lifeguard, 5/8

by James Patterson

and Andrew Gross

8. Without Mercy, 8/2

by Jack Higgins

9. Sweetwater Creek, 9/4

by Anne Rivers Siddons

10. The Widow of the South, 9/4

by Robert Hicks

NONFICTION

1. The World Is Flat, 2/22

by Thomas Friedman

2. 1776, 1/15

by David McCullough

3. Freakonomics, 4/21

by Steven Levitt

and Stephen Dubner

4. Blink, 7/34

by Malcolm Gladwell

5. 100 People Who Are 5/9

Screwing Up America,

by Bernard Goldberg

6. The Fairtax Book, 3/5

by Neal Boortz

and John Linder

7. New Rules, 6/6

by Bill Maher

8. Confessions of a Video Vixen, 8/10

by Karrine Steffans

9. From Pieces to Weight, 10/4

by 50 Cent

10. On Bull----, 9/25

by Harry G. Frankfurt

ADVICE, HOW-TO

AND MISCELLANEOUS

1. You: The Owner's Manual, 5118

by Michael Roisen and Mehmet Oz

2. Natural Cures "They" 2/11

Don't Want You to Know About,

by Keven Trudeau

3. Your Best Life Now, 3/46

by Joel Osteen

4. The Purpose-Driven Life, 4/138

by Rick Warren

5. Guinness World Records 2006, 5/3

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.