Long lines of people outside Boris Yeltsin's Moscow home set off false rumors about the health of the Russian leader. The crowd had not come to mourn Yeltsin but to buy the first Russian translation of Mario Puzo's novel "The Godfather" at a bookstore in Yeltsin's building. Yeltsin's well-being has been a concern since a car accident a month ago and there has been much speculation about how seriously he was injured. A Soviet newspaper said Yeltsin had not deteriorated: "Doctors simply recommended that he rest for a few more days."