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Kepler's Bestsellers - Week of March 8, 2009

Original post made by Pam Grange on Mar 9, 2009

Hardcover Fiction
1. Hotel On The Corner Of Bitter & Sweet - Jamie Ford
2. Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society - Mary Ann Shaffer
3. Cutting For Stone - Abraham Verghese
4. Mercy - Toni Morrison
5. Pictures At An Exhibition - Sara Houghteling
6. Women - T C Boyle
7. Swing - Rufus Seder
8. Night & Day - Robert B Parker
9. Help - Kathryn Stockett
10. Associate - John Grisham

Hardcover Non-Fiction
1. Getting To 50-50 - Sharon Meers & Joanna Strober
2. Getting Off Track - John Taylor
3. Inaugural Address 2009 - Barack Obama
4.How We Decide - Jonah Lehrer
5. Outliers - Malcolm Gladwell
6. Return Of Depression Economics - Paul Krugman
7. Dewey - Vicky Myron
8. Invention Of Air - Steven Johnson
9. Hot Flat & Crowded - Thomas Friedman
10. Clean Well Lighted Sentences - Janis Bell

Paperback Fiction
1. Watchmen - Alan Moore
2. Elegance Of The Hedgehog - Muriel Barbery
3. People Of The Book - Geraldine Brooks
4. Mudbound - Hillary Jordan
5. White Tiger - Aravind Adiga
6. Lush Life - Richard Price
7. Book Thief - Markus Zusak
8. Out Stealing Horses - Per Petterson
9. Brief Wondrous Life Of Oscar Wao - Junot Diaz
10. Loving Frank - Nancy Horan

Paperback Non-Fiction
1. 3 Cups Of Tea - Greg Mortenson
2. Muslim Next Door - Sumbul Alikaramali
3. Little Heathens - Mildred Kalish
4. Ordeal Of Elizabeth Marsh - Linda Colley
5. Nine - Jeffrey Toobin
6. Middle Place - Kelly Corrigan
7. Little History Of The World - E H Gombrich
8. Symmetry - Marcus Dusautoy
9. Brain That Changes Itself - Norman Doidge
10. Common Wealth - Jeffrey D Sachs

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