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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. P. Allen Smith’s Container Gardens P. Allen Smith 3. The Sweet Potato Queens’ Field Guide to Men Jill Conner Browne 4. Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart Gordon Livingston 5. Blink Malcolm Gladwell 6. The Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini 7. Beyond the Visible Spectrum Allan Ward 8. The Shadow of the Wind Carlos Ruiz Zafon 9. The Broker John Grisham 10. Liberating Paris Linda Bloodworth-Thomason That Bookstore at Mountebanq Place 1. The Broker John Grisham 2. No Place To Hide Robert O’Harrow Jr. 3. Blink Malcolm Gladwell 4. Searching for Oliver K. Woodman Darcy Pattison 5. Knitting Into the Mystery Susan Jorgensen 6. As a Man Thinketh James Allen 7. Buffalo River Handbook Kenneth L. Smith 8. God’s Politics Jim Wallis 9. Being Dead is No Excuse Gayden Metcalfe and Charlotte Hays 10. Maisie Dobbs Jacquelin Winspear That Bookstore In Blytheville 1. When the Mississippi Ran Backwards Jay Feldman 2. Being Dead Is No Excuse Gayden Metcalfe and Charlotte Hayes 3. Won’t You Be My Kissaroo Joanne Ryder 4. Killing Club Marcie Walsh 5. Cut and Run Ridley Pearson 6. Is This a Sack of Potatoes Crescent Dragonwagon 7. Red Hat Club Rides Again Haywood Smith 8. Ida B Katherine Hannigan 9. Sunday Wife Cassandra King 10. He’s Just Not That Into You Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo

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