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Kepler's weekly best sellers - March 16, 2008

Original post made by Susan Lider on Mar 17, 2008

Hardcover Fiction

Mudbound, Hillary Jordan

Appeal, John Grisham

People Of The Book, Geraldine Brooks

Lush Life, Richard Price

Age Of Shiva, Manil Suri

Loving Frank, Nancy Horan

Brief Wondrous Life Of Oscar Wao, Junot Diaz

Out Stealing Horses, Per Petterson

Beginners Greek, James Collins

Matter, Iain Banks

Hardcover Non-Fiction

Nuremberg Legacy, Norbert Ehrenfreund

Welcome To Your Brain, Sandra Aamodt

Art Of Simple Food, Alice Waters

In Defense Of Food, Michael Pollan

Little Heathens, Mildred Kalish

Helping Me Help Myself, Beth Lisick

Animal Vegetable Miracle, Barbara Kingsolver

World Without Us, Alan Weisman

Swallow The Ocean, Laura Flynn

Staring At The Sun, Irvin Yalom

Paperback Fiction

Distant Land Of My Father, Bo Caldwell

Year Of Fog, Michelle Richmond

Man Gone Down, Michael Thomas

Suite Francaise, Irene Nemirovsky

Secret Of Lost Things, Sheridan Hay

Then We Came To The End, Joshua Ferris

Good Husband Of Zebra Drive, Alexander McCall-Smith

Inheritance Of Loss, Kiran Desai

Luncheon Of The Boating Party, Susan Vreeland

Gathering, Anne Enright

Paperback Non-Fiction

Places In Between, Rory Stewart

New Earth, Eckhart Tolle

3 Cups Of Tea, Greg Mortenson

Omnivores Dilemma, Michael Pollan

Dreams From My Father, Barack Obama

Eat Pray Love, Elizabeth Gilbert

Audacity Of Hope, Barack Obama

Wild Trees, Richard Preston

Female Brain, Louann Brizendine

Gardening At The Dragons Gate, Wendy Johnson


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