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Kepler's Bestsellers - March 30, 2008

Original post made by Susan Lider, Menlo Park: Downtown, on Mar 31, 2008

Hardcover Fiction


1 Our Story Begins - Tobias Wolff

2 Mudbound - Hillary Jordan

3 Appeal - John Grisham

4 World Without End - Ken Follett

5 Hollywood Crows - Joseph Wambaugh

6 Beginners Greek - James Collins

7 Betrayal - John Lescroart

8 Touchstone - Laurie R King

9 Lush Life - Richard Price

10 Thousand Splendid Suns - Khaled Hosseini


Hardcover Non-Fiction

1 Welcome To Your Brain - Sandra Aamodt

2 Apollo's Fire - Jay Inslee

3 In Defense Of Food Michael Pollan

4 Art Of Simple Food - Alice Waters

5 Staring At The Sun - Irvin Yalom

6 I Am America & So Can You - Stephen Colbert

7 Open Road - Pico Iyer

8 Match - Mark Frost

9 Looking For God - Nancy Ortberg

10 Worlds At War - Anthony Pagden


Paperback Fiction

1 Year Of Fog - Michelle Richmond

2 Snow Flower & The Secret Fan - Lisa See

3 Tenderness Of Wolves - Stef Penney

4 Friday Night Knitting Club - Kate Jacobs

5 Atonement - Ian Mcewan

6 Return - Hakan Nesser

7 Good Husband Of Zebra Drive - Alexander Mccall Smith

8 Suite Francaise - Irene Nemirovsky

9 Roma - Steven Saylor

10 Inheritance Of Loss - Kiran Desai


Paperback Non-Fiction

1 New Earth - Eckhart Tolle

2 3 Cups Of Tea - Greg Mortenson

3 Eat Pray Love - Elizabeth Gilbert

4 Dreams From My Father - Barack Obama

5 8 Steps To A Pain Free Back - Esther Gokhale

6 Female Brain - Louann Brizendine

7 Omnivores Dilemma - Michael Pollan

8 For Keeps - Victoria Zackheim

9 Audacity Of Hope - Barack Obama

10 Places In Between - Rory Stewart





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Posted by www.TheBayAreaIntellect.com
a resident of Menlo Park: Downtown
on May 5, 2008 at 9:04 pm

There is a nice write up of Wolff's talk at Kepler's on www.TheBayAreaIntellect.com


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