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Based on sales for the week of Oct. 27 at McNally Robinson Booksellers

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Alice Munro.

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Alice Munro.

HARDCOVER FICTION

1. Not QUITE the Classics, Colin Mochrie. Humour. $24.00.

2. The Orenda, Joseph Boyden. Fiction. $32.00.

3. MaddAddam, Margaret Atwood. Fiction. $32.95.

4. Just One Evil Act, Elizabeth George. Mystery. $31.50.

5. Sycamore Row, John Grisham. Fiction. $32.00.

 

HARDCOVER NON-FICTION

1. Orr: My Story, Bobby Orr. Sports. $32.00.

2. Welcome to the Broadcast, Don Newman. Memoir. $32.99.

3. Winnipeg by Winnipeg, McNally Robinson. Regional Interest. $22.95.

4. Saving Lake Winnipeg, Robert William Sandford. Regional Interest. $16.00.

5. David and Goliath, Malcolm Gladwell. Psychology. $32.00.

 

PAPERBACK FICTION

1. Dear Life, Alice Munro. Fiction. $22.00.

2. The Gift is in the Making, Leanne Simpson. Indigenous Peoples. $22.00.

3. Louis Riel: The Tenth Anniversary Edition, Chester Brown. Graphic Novel. $21.95.

4. My Best Stories, Alice Munro. Fiction. $22.00.

5. The Wittenbergs, Sarah Klassen. Fiction. $21.00.

 

PAPERBACK NON-FICTION

1. The Great Canadian Bucket List, Robin Esrock. Armchair Travel. $19.99.

2. Our Secret Territory, Laura Simms. Essays. $15.95.

3. Resilience: Women’s Stories of WWII, Shirley Grosser. Women. $80.00.

4. "Indians Wear Red", Elizabeth Comack, et al. Indigenous Peoples. $19.95.

5. The Inconvenient Indian, Thomas King. Indigenous Peoples. $19.95.

 

BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

1. Allegiant, Divergent Trilogy #3, Veronica Roth. Teen Fantasy. $21.99.

2. Itty Bitty Bits, Anita Daher. Canadian Picture Book. $19.95.

3. The House of Hades, Heroes of Olympus #4, Rick Riordan. Intermediate Fantasy. $19.99.

4. Divergent #1, Veronica Roth. Teen Fantasy. $10.99.

5. The Fault in Our Stars, John Green. Teen Fiction. $19.00.

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