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Best sellers

FICTION Last week/weeks on list

1. Mary Mary 1/6

by James Patterson

2. The Da Vinci Code 5/144

by Dan Brown

3. S Is for Silence 3/3

by Sue Grafton

4. At First Sight 3/10

by Nicholas Sparks

5. Amazing Peace 4/3

by Maya Angelou

6. Predator 7/9

by Patricia Cornwell

7. Forever Odd 6/4

by Dean Koontz

8. The Camel Club 10/9

by David Baldacci

9. Christ the Lord: Out of

Egypt 11/8

by Anne Rice

10. The Lighthouse 9/5

by P.D. James

NONFICTION

1. Team of Rivals 3/9

by Doris Kearns Goodwin

2.(x) Teacher Man 1/6

by Frank McCourt

3. Marley and Me 4/10

by John Grogan

4. Our Endangered Values 2/8

by Jimmy Carter

6. 1776 6/31

by David McCullough

6. The World Is Flat 5/38

by Thomas Friedman

7. The Year of Magical Thinking 8/12

by Joan Didion

8. Freakonomics 7/37

by Steven Levitt

and Stephen Dubner

9. The Truth (With Jokes) 9/9

by Al Franken

10. The Education of a Coach 14/5

by James Frey

ADVICE, HOW-TO

AND MISCELLANEOUS

1. The Purpose-Driven Life 3/154

by Rick Warren

2. Love Smart 1/3

by Phil McGraw

3. Your Best Life Now 3/62

by Joel Osteen

4. Natural Cures "They" — /25

Don't Want You to Know About

by Kevin Trudeau

5. Guinness World Records 2006 2/12

PAPERBACK BESTSELLERS

1. Memoirs of a Geisha 3/49

by Arthur Golden

2. The Broker 2/5

by John Gresham

3. Red Lily 1/5

by Nora Roberts

4. The Kite Runner 5/68

by Khaled Hosseini

5. Wicked — /17

by Gregory Maguire

PAPERBACK NONFICTION

1. A Million Little Pieces 1/14

by James Frey

2. The Tipping Point 4/72

by Malcolm Gladwell

3. The Devil in the White City 3/98

by Erik Larson

4. When Will Jesus Bring — /8

the Pork Chops?

by George Carlin

5. Worth More Dead 4/4

by Ann Rule

PAPERBACK ADVICE HOW-TO

AND MISCELLANEOUS

1. 365: No Repeats 1/8

by Rachel Ray

2. Why Do Men Have Nipples? 2/21

by Mark Leyner

and Billy Goldberg

3. 1000 Places to See 4/55

Before You Die

4. The World Almanac 3/55

and Book of Facts

5. Bad Cat — /26

by Jim Edgar

Rankings reflect sales figures at almost 4000 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.