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Winnipeg Bestsellers

Based on sales for the week of Aug. 18 at McNally Robinson Booksellers

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HARDCOVER FICTION

  1. The Cuckoo’s Calling, Robert Galbraith. Mystery. $29.00.
  2. And the Mountains Echoed, Khaled Hosseini. Fiction. $30.00.
  3. Omens, Kelley Armstrong. Fantasy. $29.95.
  4. Inferno, Dan Brown. Fiction. $30.00.
  5. The Ocean at the End of the Lane, Neil Gaiman. Fantasy. $27.99.

HARDCOVER NON-FICTION

  1. The Hermetic Code, Carolin Vesely & Buzz Currie. Regional Interest. $29.95.
  2. Zealot, Reza Aslan. Christianity. $32.00.
  3. Winnie the Bear, M.A. Appleby. Regional Interest. $34.95.
  4. Henry Kalen’s Manitoba, Henry Kalen. Regional Interest. $24.95.
  5. Manitoba: Seasons of Beauty, Robert Taylor. Regional Interest. $45.00.

PAPERBACK FICTION

  1. The Casual Vacancy, J.K. Rowling. Fiction. $20.00.
  2. Sweet Tooth, Ian McEwan. Fiction. $19.95.
  3. The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, Rachel Joyce. Fiction. $19.95.
  4. The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared, Jonas Jonasson. Fiction. $16.99.
  5. The English Girl, Daniel Silva. Fiction. $21.99.

PAPERBACK NON-FICTION

  1. Orange is the New Black, Piper Kerman. Memoir. $19.00.
  2. The Inconvenient Indian, Thomas King. Indigenous Peoples. $19.95.
  3. Manitoba Butterflies, Simone Hébert Allard. Nature. $39.00.
  4. The Lucky Ones, Anne Mahon. Regional Interest. $24.95.
  5. The Girl With No Name, Marina Chapman. Biography. $22.95.

BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

  1. Love You Forever, Robert Munsch. Canadian Picture Book. $5.95.
  2. The Fault in Our Stars, John Green. Teen Fiction. $19.00.
  3. The Surprise Attack of Jabba the Puppett, Tom Angleberger. Intermediate Fiction. $13.95.
  4. The Day the Crayons Quit, Drew Daywalt. Picture Book. $19.00.
  5. If You’re Not From the Prairie, David Bouchard. Canadian Picture Book. $8.99.

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