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Kepler's Bestsellers - October 12, 2008

Original post made by Susan Lider on Oct 13, 2008

Hardcover Fiction

1. Graveyard Book - Neil Gaiman
2. Lulu In Marrakech - Diane Johnson
3. Good Omens - Neil Gaiman
4. String Of Lights - Dominique Renda
5. Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society - Mary Ann Shaffer
6. Comforts Of A Muddy Saturday Afternoon - Alexander Mccall Smith
7. Girl With The Dragon Tattoo - Stieg Larsson
8. Indignation - Philip Roth
9. Wednesday Sisters - Meg Waite Clayton
10. Jewel Of Medina - Sherry Jones

Hardcover Non-Fiction

1. Laughing Without An Accent - Firoozeh Dumas
2. Path To Purpose - William Damon
3. Hot Flat & Crowded - Thomas Friedman
4. Wordy Shipmates- Sarah Vowell
5. Snowball - Alice Schroeder
6. My Fathers Paradise - Ariel Sabar
7. Limits Of Power - Andrew Bacevich
8. Last Lecture - Randy Pausch
9. Irregulars - Jennet Conant
10. Forever War - Dexter Filkins

Paperback Fiction

1. Inheritance Of Loss - Kiran Desai
2. Distant Land Of My Father - Bo Caldwell
3. Evidence Of Things Unseen - Marianne Wiggins
4. Out Stealing Horses - Per Petterson
5. Pillars Of The Earth - Ken Follett
6. World Without End - Ken Follett
7. Best American Short Stories 2008 - Salman Rushdie
8. Run - Ann Patchett
9. Space Between Us - Thrity Umrigar
10. Terminatrix - Wasilla Iron Dog Gazette


Paperback Non-Fiction

1. Hump - Kimberly Ford
2. Plato & A Platypus Walk Into A Bar - Thomas Cathcart
3. Nine - Jeffrey Toobin
4. 3 Cups Of Tea - Greg Mortenson
5. Female Brain - Louann Brizendine
6. Shack - William Young
7. Little Heathens - Mildred Kalish
8. Infidel - Ayaan Hirsiali
9. Animal Vegetable Miracle - Barbara Kingsolver
10. Audacity Of Hope - Barack Obama

Comments

Posted by Reg, a resident of another community
on Oct 13, 2008 at 10:28 pm

Thanks for posting, Susan. Glad to finally have a bestseller I translated at Kepler's (#7 fiction). Used to live nearby in the 60s and always loved the store, both when I was at Stanford and during the Grateful Dead era. Please give them my best. Reg Keeland, Albuquerque