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Here are the top 10 bestsellers from three local bookstores. Data is most recent available. Wordsworth Books & Co. 1. He's Just Not That Into You Greg Behrendt 2. The Devil in the White City Erik Larson 3. The Sweet Potato QueensÕ Field Guide to Men Jill Conner Browne 4. A Secret Word Jennifer Paddock 5. America (The Book): A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction Jon Stewart and writers of "The Daily Show" 6. No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency Alexander McCall Smith 7. The Sunday Philosophy Club Patricia Cornwell 8. Hunting Arkansas Keith Sutton 9. A Short History of Nearly Everything Bill Bryson 10. Beyond Belief Elaine Pagels That Bookstore at Mountebanq Place 1. Wings of Change Franklin Hill 2. Thirty Years at the Mansion Laura Ashley 3. The First Noel Jan Pienkowski 4. That Redbird Christmas Fanny Flagg 5. Furry Logic: A Guide to LifeÕs Little Challenges Jane Seabrook 6.An Angel's Story Max Lucado 7. Philadelphia Chickens Sandra Boynton 8.Stitch 'n Bitch Nation Debbie Stroller 9. The Legend of Saint Nicholas Demi 10. It's Hard to Be Five Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell That Bookstore In Blytheville 1. Roux to Do Junior League of Covington, La. 2. The Pat Conroy Cookbook: Recipes of My Life Pat Conroy 3. Christmas in the Barn Margaret Wise Brown 4. Christmas, Present Jacquelyn Mitchard 5. Skipping Christmas John Grisham 6. Mister Seahorse Eric Carle 7. Brown Paper Teddy Bear Catherine Allison 8. Pippin the Christmas Pig Jean Little 9. The Gourmet Cookbook: More Than 1,000 Recipes Ruth Reichi 10. The Great Influenze: The Story of the Deadliest Plague in History John M. Barry

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