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Kepler's Bestsellers - Oct. 31, 2010

Original post made by Pam Grange on Nov 1, 2010

Hardcover Fiction
1 City Of Tranquil Light Bo Caldwell
2 Worth Dying For Lee Child
3 Confession John Grisham
4 Our Kind Of Traitor John Lecarre
5 Freedom Jonathan Franzen
6 Help Kathryn Stockett
7 Imperfect Birds Anne Lamott
8 Room Emma Donoghue
9 Djibouti Elmore Leonard
10 Girl Who Kicked The Hornets Nest Stieg Larsson

Hardcover Nonfiction
1 White House Diary Jimmy Carter
2 Keys To Good Cooking Harold McGee
3 At Home Bill Bryson
4 Life Keith Richards
5 How Easy Is That Ina Garten
6 Earth Jon Stewart
7 What Technology Wants Kevin Kelly
8 Watchmans Rattle Rebecca Costa
9 Food Matters Cookbook Mark Bittman
10 Obamas Wars Bob Woodward

Paperback Fiction
1 Cutting For Stone Abraham Verghese
2 Tinkers Paul Harding
3 Waiting For Barbarians J. M. Coetzee
4 Lacuna Barbara Kingsolver
5 Never Let Me Go Kazuo Ishiguro
6 Reliable Wife Robert Goolrick
7 Remarkable Creatures Tracy Chevalier
8 Italian Shoes Henning Mankell
9 Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Stieg Larsson
10 Juliet Naked Nick Hornby

Paperback Nonfiction
1 Zagat San Francisco Bay Area 2011 Zagat Guide
2 Eating Animals Jonathan Safran Foer
3 Michelin San Francisco 2011 Michelin Guide
4 Stones Into Schools Greg Mortenson
5 My Own Country Abraham Verghese
6 Hour Before Daylight Jimmy Carter
7 In Fed We Trust David Wessel
8 10000 Year Explosion Gregory Cochran
9 Atoms & Eden Steve Paulson
10 Geology Underfoot In Yosemite Allen Glazner

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