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WORDSWORTH BOOKS & CO.

1. THE BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DEAD
Kevin Brockmeier

2. TIGER PRIDE: 100 YEARS OF CENTRAL HIGH FOOTBALL
Brian Cox

3. THE SWEET POTATO QUEENS’ WEDDING PLANNER/DIVORCE GUIDE
Jill Conner Browne

4. THE SHADOW OF THE WIND
Carlos Ruiz Zafon

5. A MILLION LITTLE PIECES
James Frey

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

7. IN COLD BLOOD
Truman Capote

8. MISQUOTING JESUS
Bart Ehrman

9. DAISY BATES: CIVIL RIGHTS CRUSADER FROM ARKANSAS
Grif Stockley

10. THE WORLD IS FLAT
Thomas Friedman



THAT BOOKSTORE AT MOUNTEBANQ PLACE

1. TOWNS FACING RAILROADS
Jo McDougall

2. DIRT
Jo McDougall

3. JUNIOR RAY
John Pritchard

4. STATE OF WAR
James Risen

5. TEAM OF RIVALS
Doris Kearns Goodwin

6. THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS
Katrina Kittle

7. PARDONABLE LIES
Jacqueline Winspear

8. TEACHER MAN
Frank McCourt

9. FREAKONOMICS
Stephen D. Levitt

10. THE WORLD IS FLAT
Thomas L. Friedman



THAT BOOKSTORE IN BLYTHEVILLE

1. FANCY NANCY
Jane O’Connor

2. PRECIOUS AND THE BOO HAG
Patricia McKissack

3. LIFE IS NOT A FAIRY TALE
Fantasia

4. NO, DAVID!
David Shannon

5. SAVING FISH FROM DROWNING
Amy Tan

6. DIARY OF A WORM
Doreen Cronin

7. FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
H.G. Bissinger

8. YOUR BEST LIFE NOW
Joel Osteen

9. FLUSH
Carl Hiaasen

10. THE TOWN THAT CAME A-COURTIN’
Rhonda Rich


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