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

 

Wordsworth Books & Co.

1.  A Pryor Commitment

David Pryor

2.  The Shack

William Young

3.  University of Arkansas Football Vault

Rick Schaeffer

4.  Outliers

Malcolm Gladwell

5.  Capture Arkansas

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6.  American Lion

John Meacham

7.  The Story of Edgar Sawtelle

Daniel Wroblewski

8.  Sports Illustrated: Going Deep:  20 Classic Sports Stories

Gary Smith

9.  Scarpetta

Patricia Cornwell

10.  The Private Patient

P.D. James

 

That Bookstore at Mountebanq Place

1. A Pryor Commitment

David Pryor

2. Cry Wolf, a Political Fable

Paul Lake

3. Gallop!

Rufus Seder

4. Swing!

Rufus Seder

5. The Tales of Beedle the Bard

J.K. Rowling

6. The White House Christmas Mystery

Carole Marsh

7. Ribbit!

Bender & Bender

8. Buffalo River Handbook

Kenneth L. Smith

9. The Last Lecture

Randy Pausch

10. Maisie Dobbs

Jacqueline Winspear

 

That Bookstore In Blytheville

1. Bedlam South

Mark Grisham

2. Once Upon a Time

Janis F. Kearney

3. Don't Mind if I Do

George Hamilton

4. Mary Engelbreit's Nursery Rhymes

Mary Engelbreit

5. Brass Verdict

Michael Connelly

6. Do the Right Thing

Mike Huckabee

7. Hot, Flat and Crowded

Thomas Friedman

8. Purpose of Christmas

Richard Warren

9. Lucky One

Nicholas Sparks

10. Dewey

Vickie Myron

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