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Here are the top 10 bestsellers from three local bookstores. Data is most recent available. WORDSWORTH BOOKS & CO. 1. BEING DEAD IS NO EXCUSE Gayden Metcalfe and Charlotte Hays 2. HOGS! THE STORY OF RAZORBACK FOOTBALL George Schroeder 3. 1776 David McCullough 4. SUNDAY PHILOSOPHY CLUB Alexander McCall Smith 5. NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN Cormack McCarthy 6. LUCIAN Allan Ward 7. THE GRAIL BIRD Tim Gallagher 8. THE KITE RUNNER Kahlid Houssein 9. THE WORLD FLAT Thomas Friedman 10. QUIT DIGGING YOUR GRAVE WITH A KNIFE AND FORK Gov. Mike Huckabee BOOKS-A-MILLION 1. THE FAIR TAX BOOK Neal Boortz, John Linder 2. HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE J.K. Rowling 3. YOUR BEST LIFE NOW Joel Osteen 4. 1776 David McCullough 5. LIFEGUARD James Patterson, Andrew Gross 6. THE DA VINCI CODE Dan Brown 7. 100 PEOPLE WHO ARE SCREWING UP AMERICA Bernard Goldberg 8. NEW RULES Bill Maher 9. TRUE BELIEVER Nicholas Sparks 10. THE INTERRUPTION OF EVERYTHING Terry McMillan THAT BOOKSTORE IN BLYTHEVILLE 1. ELDEST Christopher Paolini 2. BEING DEAD IS NO EXCUSE Gayden Metcalfe and Charlotte Hays 3. MAD GIRLS IN LOVE Michael Lee West 4. KITTEN’S FIRST FULL MOON Kevin Henkes 5. HOGS! THE STORY OF RAZORBACK FOOTBALL George Schroeder 6. TWILIGHT Katherine Mosby 7. NATURAL CURES ‘THEY’ DON’T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT Kevin Trudeau 8. SHADOW DIVERS Robert Kurson 9. CRAZY LADIES Michael Lee West 10. MAGNOLIA CONSPIRACY Jeanne Harris


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