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What we’re reading July 7 

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



WORDSWORTH BOOKS & CO.

1. THE BOY FROM ALTHEIMER

Bill Bowen

2. THE LAST AT BAT

Todd Traub

3. MY LIFE IN AND OUT OF THE ROUGH

John Daly

4. A WEDDING IN DECEMBER

Anita Shreve

5. THE SHADOW OF THE WIND

Carlos Ruiz Zafon

6. BEING DEAD IS NO EXCUSE

Charlotte Hays and Gayden Metcalfe

7. BEACH ROAD

James Patterson

8. BLUE SHOES AND HAPPINESS

Alexander McCall Smith

9. TERRORIST

John Updike

10. COLORS FOR THE GARDEN

P. Allen Smith



THAT BOOKSTORE AT MOUNTEBANQ PLACE (Conway)

1. MAISIE DOBBS

Jacqueline Winspear

2. WISDOM OF OUR FATHERS

Tim Russert

3. BEING DEAD IS NO EXCUSE

Gayden Metcalfe, Charlotte Hays

4. A FIELD GUIDE TO EVANGELICALS AND THEIR HABITAT

Joel Kilpatrick

5. WHAT SOUTHERN WOMEN KNOW ABOUT FLIRTING

Ronda Rich

6. THE SCARLET LETTER

Nathaniel Hawthorne

7. THE JANISSARY TREE

Jason Goodwin

8. BIRDS OF A FEATHER

Jacqueline Winspear

9. PARDONABLE LIES: A MAISIE DOBBS NOVEL

Jacqueline Winspear

10. REVOLUTIONARY WEALTH

Alvin Toffler



THAT BOOKSTORE IN BLYTHEVILLE

1. BACK TO WANDO PASSO

David Payne

2. THE END OF CALIFORNIA

Steve Yarbrough

3. CHEF ON FIRE: THE FIVE TECHNIQUES OF USING HEAT LIKE A PRO

Joseph Carey

4. FANCY NANCY

Jane O’Connor, Robin Priess Glasser

5. MARLEY AND ME: LIFE AND LOVE WITH THE WORLD’S WORST DOG

John Grogan

6. SUFFICIENT GRACE

Darnell Arnoult

7. THE KING OF LIES

John Hart

8. THE PLOT AGAINST AMERICA

Philip Roth

9. WATER FOR ELEPHANTS

Sara Gruen

10. LIBERATING PARIS

Linda Bloodworth Thomason

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