What we’re reading, April 3 

Wordsworth Books & Co.

1. The View From the Seventh Layer

Kevin Brockmeier

2. A New Earth

Eckhart Tolle

3. The Dilemma

Roland Stewart

4. Three Cups of Tea

Greg Mortenson

5. Eat Pray Love

Elizabeth Gilbert

6. The Bright Forever

Lee Martin

7. The Middle Place

Kelly Corrigan

8. Suite Francaise

Irene Nemirovsky

9. Change of Heart

Jodi Picoult

10. Betrayal

John Lescroart

That Bookstore at Mountebanq Place

1. Bud, Not Buddy

Christopher Paul Curtis

2. Gallop!

Rufus Seder

3. Grace for President

Kelly Dipucchio

4. The Mill on the Floss

George Eliot

5. The Raven and other Favorites

Edgar Allan Poe

6. Twilight

Stephenie Meyer

7. I Will Make Miracles

Susie Morgenstern

8. Treasure Island

Robert Louis Stevenson

9. Lon Po Po

Ed Young

10. An Incomplete Revenge

Jacqueline Windspear

That Bookstore In Blytheville

1. The Appeal

John Grisham

2. Baptism

Sheila P. Moses

3. An Incomplete Revenge

Jacqueline Windspear

4. Mudbound

Hillary Jordan

5. Make the Impossible Possible

Bill Strickland

6. Deep Dish

Mary Kay Andrews

7. Twilight

Stephenie Meyer

8. The Mysterious Benedict Society

Trenton Lee Stewart

9. Cotton Field of Dreams

Janis Kearney

10. Third Degree

Greg Iles


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