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Here are the top 10 bestsellers from three local bookstores. Data is most recent available.

 

Wordsworth Books & Co.

1.  The Future of Love

Shirley Abbott

2.  The Last Lecture

Randy Pausch

3.  What Happened

Scott McClellan

4.  Three Cups of Tea

Greg Mortenson

5.  When You Are Engulfed In Flames

David Sedaris

6.  The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Perilous Journey

Trenton Lee Stewart

7.  A New Earth

Eckhart Tolle

8.  The Spies of Warsaw

     Alan Furst

9.  Water for Elephants

Sara Gruen

10. Farther Along

Donald Harington

 

That Bookstore at Mountebanq Place

1. The Scarlet Letter

Nathaniel Hawthorne

2. The Language of God

Francis S. Collins

3. The Creation

Edward O. Wilson

4. Gallop!

Rufus Butler Seder

5. Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH

Robert C. O'Brien

6. Henry's Freedom Box   

Ellen Levine

7. Fancy Nancy's Favorite Fancy Words

Jane O'Connor

8. I Will Make Miracles   

Susie Morgenstern

9. Ribbit!

Bender & Bender

10. Aristotle and an Aardvark Go to Washington  

Thomas Cathcart

 

That Bookstore In Blytheville

1. The Dummy Line

Bobby Cole

2. Make the Impossible Possible

Bill Strickland

3. Master of the Delta

Thomas Cook

4. Sail

James Patterson

5. Audition: A Memoir

Barbara Walters

6. The Future of Love

Shirley Abbott

7. Whiskey Killing

H.R. Williams

8. Swine Not?

Jimmy Buffett

9. Just Who Will You Be

Maria Shriver

10. Wicked City

Ace Atkins

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