FICTION Last week/Weeks on list

1. "N" is for Noose, 2 / 4

by Sue Grafton

2. You Belong to Me, 1 / 5

by Mary Higgins Clark

3. A Widow for a Year, 6 / 3

by John Irving

4. Message in a Bottle, 5 / 6

by Nicholas Sparks

5. Black and Blue, 4 /16

by Anna Quindlen

6. The Long Road Home, 3 / 7

by Danielle Steel

7. The Street Lawyer, 7 /15

by John Grisham

8. Secret Prey, - / 1

by John Sandford

9. Cities of the Plain, - / 1

by Cormac McCarthy

10. Memoirs of a Geisha, 9 /28

by Arthur Golden

NONFICTION

1. Tuesday's With Morrie, 3 /32

by Mitch Albom

2. We Are Our Mothers' 1 / 4

Daughters,

by Cokie Roberts

3. Still Me, 2 / 3

by Christopher Reeve

4. Angela's Ashes, 4 /89

by Frank McCourt

5. The Millionaire Next Door, 5 /71

by Thomas J. Stanley

and William D. Danko

6. The Man Who Listens 9 /41

to Horses

by Monty Roberts

7. The Gifts of the Jews, 8 / 7

by Thomas Cahill

8. Talking to Heaven, 6 /21

by James Van Praagh

9. Amazing Grace, 10/ 6

by Kathleen Norris

10. Triumph of Justice, 7 / 3

by Daniel Petrocelli

with Peter Knobler

ADVICE, HOW-TO AND MISCELLANEOUS

1. In the Meantime, 4 / 6

by Iyanla Vanzant

2. Sugar Busters, 3 / 3

by H. Leighton Steward

3. The 9 Steps to, 2 / 9

Financial Freedom,

by Suze Orman

4. Simple Abundance, 1 /112

by Sarah Ban Breathnach

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