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Winnipeg Bestsellers

Based on sales for the week of May 12 at McNally Robinson Booksellers

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HARDCOVER FICTION

1. A Delicate Truth, John Le Carré. Fiction. $32.00.

2. Inferno, Dan Brown. Fiction. $30.00.

3. Paris, Edward Rutherfurd. Fiction. $37.95.

4. Silken Prey, John Sandford. Fiction. $29.50.

5. Best Kept Secret, Jeffrey Archer. Fiction. $31.99.

 

HARDCOVER NON-FICTION

1. Life Code, Phil McGraw. Psychology. $26.00.

2. Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls, David Sedaris. Essays. $30.00.

3. The God Argument, A.C. Grayling. Ideas. $27.50.

4. Jerusalem: A Cookbook, Yotam Ottolenghi & Sami Tamimi. Cooking. $39.95.

5. Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Dr. Seuss. Inspiration. $19.99.

 

PAPERBACK FICTION

1. Sweet Tooth, Ian McEwan. Fiction. $19.95.

2. 419, Will Ferguson. Fiction. $20.00.

3. The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared, Jonas Jonasson. Fiction. $16.99.

4. Blood and Salt, Barbara Sapergia. Fiction. $21.95.

5. The Age of Hope, David Bergen. Fiction. $21.99.

 

PAPERBACK NON-FICTION

1. The Lucky Ones, Anne Mahon. Regional Interest. $24.95.

2. Aboriginal Justice and the Charter, David Milward. Indigenous Peoples. $34.95.

3. The Constructed Mennonite, Hans Werner. Regional Interest. $27.95.

4. Moms Who Drink and Swear, Nicole Knepper. Women. $16.00.

5. The Complete Book of North American Owls, James R. Duncan. Nature. $22.95.

 

BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

1. The Lake and the Library, S.M. Beiko. Canadian Teen Fantasy. $14.95.

2. Ruffles Rabbit, Mary Pankiw. Canadian Picture Book. $20.00.

3. The Violet Fox, Clare Marshall. Canadian Teen Fantasy. $20.95.

4. I Know My Grandma Loves Me, Kathleen Ward. Growing Up & Family Life. $17.95.

5. Spaghetti is Not a Finger Food and Other Life Lessons, Jodi Carmichael. Growing Up & Family Life. $7.95.

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