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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.  HAM BISCUITS, HOSTESS GOWNS, AND OTHER SOUTHERN SPECIALTIES
Julia Reed

4.  THE STORY OF EDGAR SAWTELLE
David Wroblewski

5.  HOT, FLAT, AND CROWDED
Thomas Friedman

6.  LOVING FRAN
Nancy Horan

7.  THE WAR WITHIN
Bob Woodward

8.  SAME KIND OF DIFFERENT AS ME
Ron Hall and Denver Moore

9.  THREE CUPS OF TEA
Greg Mortenson

10.  AMERICAN LIGHTNING
Howard Blum

THAT BOOKSTORE AT MOUNTEBANQ PLACE

1.    A PRYOR COMMITMENT
David Pryor

2.    LIFE IS A GIFT
Bob Fisher

3.    GALLOP!
Rufus Seder

4.    THE SCARLET LETTER
Nathaniel Hawthorne

5.    MAISIE DOBBS

Jacqueline Winspear

6.    THE SHACK
William Young

7.    NEW MOON
Stephenie Meyer

8.    BREAKING DAWN

Stephenie Meyer

9.    PLATO AND A PLATYPUS WALK INTO A BAR

Thomas Cathcart

10. RIBBIT
Bender and Bender

THAT BOOKSTORE IN BLYTHEVILLE

1.    DON'T MIND IF I DO
George Hamilton

2.    BRISINGR

Christopher Paolini

3.    BRASS VERDICT

Michael Connelly

4.    TEA FOR RUBY
Jane O'Connor

5.    BREAKING DAWN

Stephenie Meyer

6.    A PRYOR COMMITMENT
David Pryor

7.    BORN TO READ
Judy Sierra

8.    THE STORY OF EDGAR SAWTELL

David Wroblewski

9.    DIARY OF A WIMPY KID
Jeff Kinney

10. PAULA DEEN: IT AIN'T ALL ABOUT THE COOKING

Paula Deen
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