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What we're reading, Aug. 3. 

The most recent top 10 bestsellers from three local bookstores.

WORDSWORTH BOOKS & CO.

1. THE BOY FROM ALTHEIMER
Bill Bowen

2. A WEDDING IN DECEMBER
Anita Shreve

3. SNOW FLOWER AND THE SECRET FAN
Lisa See

4. THE LAST AT BAT
Todd Traub

5. WORDPLAY
Will Shortz

6. WE ARE ALL WELCOME HERE
Elizabeth Berg

7. BEING DEAD IS NO EXCUSE
Charlotte Hays and Gayden Metcalfe

8. THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY
Erik Larson

9. THE PLACES IN BETWEEN
Rory Stewart

10. BROKEN FOR YOU
Stephanie Kallos

THAT BOOKSTORE AT MOUNTEBANQ PLACE

1. 19 GIRLS AND ME
Darcy Pattison

2. AP U.S. HISTORY
J.A. McDuffie

3. MAISIE DOBBS
Jacqueline Winspear

4. GEORGE W. BUSH OUT OF OFFICE TWO YEARS AND COUNTING WALL CALENDAR

5. BEING DEAD IS NO EXCUSE
Gayden Metcalf and Charlotte Hays

6. A SHORT HISTORY OF NEARLY EVERYTHING
Bill Bryson

7. BLESS YOUR HEART, TRAMP AND OTHER SOUTHERN ENDEARMENTS
Celia Rivenbark

8. PARDONABLE LIES: A MAISIE DOBBS NOVEL
Jacqueline Winspear

9. WISDOM OF OUR FATHERS
Tim Russert

10. THE BOOK THIEF
Makus Zusak

THAT BOOKSTORE IN BLYTHEVILLE

1. BETWEEN, GEORGIA
Joshilyn Jackson

2. WINS, LOSSES AND LESSONS
Lou Holtz

3. THE BOOKWOMAN’S LAST FLING
John Dunning

4. OH, THE PLACES YOU WILL GO
Dr. Seuss

5. MANY WAYS TO SAY I LOVE YOU
Fred Rogers

6. DINNER WITH A PERFECT STRANGER
David Gregory

7. THE KING OF LIES
John Hart

8. MARLEY AND ME
John Grogan

9. SUITE FRANCAISE
Irene Nemirovsky

10. NANCY CULPEPPER
Bobbi Ann Mason


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