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The McNally Robinson bestseller list for the week of May 4th

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HARDCOVER FICTION

All My Puny Sorrows, Miriam Toews. Fiction. $29.95.
Chestnut Street, Maeve Binchy. Fiction. $28.99.
The Goldfinch, Donna Tartt. Fiction. $33.00.
The Serpent of Venice, Christopher Moore. Fiction. $33.50.
Be Careful What You Wish For, Jeffrey Archer. Fiction. $31.99.

HARDCOVER NON-FICTION

Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Dr. Seuss. Inspiration. $22.99.
Winnipeg by Winnipeg, McNally Robinson. Regional Interest. $22.95.
Henry Kalen’s Manitoba, Henry Kalen. Regional Interest. $24.95.
Persona Non Grata, Tom Flanagan. Canadian Issues. $29.95.
The Doctor’s Diet, Travis Stork. Health. $28.00.

PAPERBACK FICTION

Sweet Affliction, Anna Leventhal. Fiction. $19.95.
Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn. Mystery. $17.00.
The Orenda, Joseph Boyden. Fiction. $22.00.
From the Dream, Carol Rose. Poetry. $16.00.
Indian Horse, Richard Wagamese. Fiction. $21.95.

PAPERBACK NON-FICTION

Secrets of a Hutterite Kitchen, Mary-Ann Kirkby. Memoir. $28.00.
Manitoba Butterflies, Simone Hébert Allard. Nature. $39.00.
"Indian Wear Red", Elizabeth Comack, et al.  Indigenous Peoples. $19.95.
The M Word, Kerry Clare, ed. Women. $22.95.
The Inconvenient Indian, Thomas King. Indigenous Peoples. $19.95.

BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

The World Outside, Eva Wiseman. Canadian Teen Fiction. $21.99.
The Scout: Tommy Prince, David A. Robertson. Indigenous Peoples. $16.95.
The Fault in Our Stars, John Green. Teen Fiction. $19.99.
The Peacemaker: Thanadelthur, David A. Robertson. Indigenous Peoples. $16.95.
The Boundless, Kenneth Oppel. Canadian Intermediate Fiction. $19.99.

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