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Looking for a new book to read? You may want to take a peek at the bestsellers.
Feature | Bestsellers List | Book Nook
Paperback/Fiction (N.Y. Times Bestseller List)
Name Weeks On List
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TIMELINE, by Michael Crichton. (Ballantine, $7.99.) sing the latest computer technology, a group of historians travels back to 14th-century feudal France.
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POP GOES THE WEASEL, by James Patterson. (Warner Vision, $7.99.) The lives of Alex Cross and his fiancee are imperiled as he pursues a serial killer.
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BEYOND EDEN, by Catherine Coulter. (Signet, $7.99.) A private investigator is hired to protect a successful model whom someone is trying to kill.
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LEFT BEHIND, by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins. (Tyndale, $13.99.) Life as lived by those who survive a global cataclysm.
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SAVING FAITH, by David Baldacci. (Warner Vision, $7.99.) A man and a woman are caught in machinations of the F.B.I. involving corruption in Washington.
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CALDER PRIDE, by Janet Dailey. (HarperTorch, $7.50.) Raising her baby on the Triple C Ranch, Cat Calder finds herself drawn to the new sheriff in town.
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TOM CLANCY'S NET FORCE: Breaking Point, created by Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik. Written by Steve Perry. (Berkley, $7.99.) In 2011, computer hackers steal top-secret information.
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GAP CREEK, by Robert Morgan, (Scribner Paperback Fiction/ Simon & Schuster, $13.) The fortunes of a struggling young couple in Appalachia during the final years of the 19th century.
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MONSTER, by Jonathan Kellerman. (Ballantine, $7.99.) Alex Delaware undertakes to discover how an inmate of a mental hospital can correctly predict brutal murders.
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A WALK TO REMEMBER, by Nicholas Sparks. (Warner, $6.99.) In 1958, a high school senior in North Carolina finds love with the daughter of a Baptist minister.
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Data Source: Nytimes.com
Paperback/Nonfiction (N.Y. Times Bestseller List)
Name Weeks On List
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THE PERFECT STORM, by Sebastian Junger. (HarperPaperbacks, $6.99.) The story of the northeaster of 1991, focusing on a crew of fishermen from Gloucester, Mass.
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THE HUNGRY OCEAN, by Linda Greenlaw. (Hyperion, $14.) A sea captain's account of her 30-day swordfishing voyage off the Northeast coast.
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THE SEAT OF THE SOUL, by Gary Zukav. (Fireside/S&S;, $12.) How daily activities can be enhanced by feelings of meaning and purpose.
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ISAAC'S STORM, by Erik Larson. (Vintage, $13.) An account of America's deadliest hurricane, which killed 6,000 people in Galveston, Tex. in 1900, and the Weather Bureau scientist who failed to forecast it.
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*GIRL, INTERRUPTED, by Susanna Kaysen. (Vintage, $12.) A memoir of a young woman's mental illness.
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A CHILD CALLED ''IT,'' by Dave Pelzer. (Health Communications, $9.95.) The autobiography of a man who survived his mother's abuse.
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A WALK IN THE WOODS, by Bill Bryson. (Broadway, $13.) A journalist finds beauty and humor while hiking the Appalachian Trail
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*THE LOST BOY, by Dave Pelzer. (Health Communications, $10.95.) The author of ''A Child Called 'It' ''recalls his life at a series of foster homes.
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I'M A STRANGER HERE MYSELF, by Bill Bryson. (Broadway, $14.) The author describes what it's like to return to the United States after living abroad for two decades.
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THE ELEGANT UNIVERSE by Brian Greene. (Vintage, $15.) A physicist's presentation of superstring theory, which attempts to mediate between quantum mechanics and general relativity.
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Data Source: Nytimes.com

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