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'Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimmage' by Haruki Murakami tops Maclean's fiction list

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Here are the top 10 hardcover fiction and non-fiction books in Canada for the week ending Aug. 24 as compiled by Maclean's magazine. The previous week's position is in parentheses.

FICTION

1 (2) Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimmage _ Haruki Murakami

2 (1) The Goldfinch _ Donna Tartt

3 (3) Written in My Own Heart's Blood _ Diana Gabaldon

4 (-) Sweetland _ Michael Crummey

5 (4) Big Little Lies _ Liane Moriarty

6 (6) The Heist _ Daniel Silva

7 (8) The Book of Life _ Deborah Harkness

8 (7) The Magician's Land _ Lev Grossman

9 (9) The Silkworm _ Robert Galbraith

10 (10) A Perfect Life _ Danielle Steel

NON-FICTION

1 (3) A Spy Among Friends: Kim Philby and the Great Betrayal _ Ben Macintyre

2 (-) The Organized Mind _ Daniel Levitin

3 (2) Hard Choices _ Hillary Rodham Clinton

4 (-) Village of Secrets _ Caroline Moorehead

5 (5) I Am Malala _ Malala Yousafzai and Christina Lamb

6 (3) Canada in the Great Power Game _ Gwynne Dyer

7 (6) Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas _ Edward Klein

8 (4) Capital in the Twenty-First Century _ Thomas Piketty

9 (7) Flash Boys _ Michael Lewis

10 (8) Think Like a Freak _ Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner

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