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Kepler's Best Sellers - November 23, 2009

Original post made by Pam Grange on Nov 23, 2009

Hardcover Fiction
1 Lacuna Barbara Kingsolver
2 Help Kathryn Stockett
3 Lost Symbol Dan Brown
4 Wolf Hall Hilary Mantel
5 Too Much Happiness Stories Alice Munro
6 Childrens Book A. S. Byatt
7 Girl Who Played With Fire Stieg Larsson
8 Vintage Caper Peter Mayle
9 Half Broke Horses Jeannette Walls
10 Little Bird Of Heaven Joyce Carol Oates

Hardcover Nonfiction
1 Open Andre Agassi
2 Going Rogue Sarah Palin
3 Googled Ken Auletta
4 What The Dog Saw Malcolm Gladwell
5 Nurtureshock Po Bronson
6 Strength In What Remains Tracy Kidder
7 Spark John J Ratey
8 Reinventing The Body Deepak Chopra
9 What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 Tina Seelig
10 Superfreakonomics Steven Levitt

Paperback Fiction
1 Olive Kitteridge Elizabeth Strout
2 Elegance Of The Hedgehog Muriel Barbery
3 Smasher Keith Raffel
4 Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society Mary Ann Shaffer
5 English Major Jim Harrison
6 Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Stieg Larsson
7 Piano Teacher Janice Lee
8 Unaccustomed Earth Jhumpa Lahiri
9 Hotel On The Corner Of Bitter & Sweet Jamie Ford
1 Out Stealing Horses Per Petterson

Paperback Nonfiction
1 Trader Joes Companion Wona Miniati
2 Logicomix Christos Papadimitriou
3 Our Choice Al Gore
4 Blind Side Michael Lewis
5 Animal Vegetable Miracle Barbara Kingsolver
6 Reading Together Diane Frankenstein
7 Three Cups Of Tea Greg Mortenson
8 Best American Science Writing 2009 Natalie Angier
9 Michelin Red Guide San Francisco 2010 Michelin Guide
10 Alex & Me Irene Pepperberg

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