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Winnipeg Bestsellers

Based on sales for the week of Feb. 9 at McNally Robinson Booksellers

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HARDCOVER FICTION

  1. The Orenda, Joseph Boyden. Fiction. $32.00.
  2. The Goldfinch, Donna Tartt. Fiction. $33.00.
  3. The First Phone Call From Heaven, Mitch Albom. Fiction. $27.99.
  4. Just One Evil Act, Elizabeth George. Mystery. $31.50.
  5. Private L.A., James Patterson. Fiction. $31.00.

HARDCOVER NON-FICTION

  1. David and Goliath, Malcolm Gladwell. Psychology. $32.00.
  2. My Journey, Olivia Chow. Memoir. $29.99.
  3. Unsinkable, Silken Laumann. Sports. $29.99.
  4. Winnipeg by Winnipeg, McNally Robinson. Regional Interest. $22.95.
  5. An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth, Chris Hadfield. Science. $32.00.

PAPERBACK FICTION

  1. Ripper, Isabel Allende. Fiction. $22.99.
  2. North End Love Songs, Katherena Vermette. Poetry. $14.95.
  3. Annabel, Kathleen Winter. Fiction. $14.95.
  4. Life After Life, Kate Atkinson. Fiction. $22.00.
  5. The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, Rachel Joyce. Fiction. $19.95.

PAPERBACK NON-FICTION

  1. Damaged Care, Henry Krahn. Canadian Issues. $18.95.
  2. Stuff Dutch People Like, Colleen Geske. Humour. $19.95.
  3. Mother of the Year and Other Elusive Awards, Kalyn Falk. Parenting. $16.95.
  4. Stuck in the Middle, Bartley Kives & Bryan Scott. Regional Interest. $29.95.
  5. Philomena, Martin Sixsmith. Biography. $16.99.

BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

  1. The Fault in Our Stars, John Green. Teen Fiction. $19.00.
  2. Divergent #1, Veronica Roth. Teen Fantasy. $11.99.
  3. The Day the Crayons Quit, Drew Daywalt. Picture Book. $19.00.
  4. The Book Thief, Markus Zusak. Teen Fiction. $14.99.
  5. Allegiant, Divergent #3, Veronica Roth. Teen Fantasy. $21.99.

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