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'419' by Will Ferguson 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 Jan. 13 compiled by Maclean's magazine.

FICTION

1 (2) 419 _ Will Ferguson

2 (-) A Memory of Light _ Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson

3 (5) The Casual Vacancy _ J.K. Rowling

4 (1) Dear Life _ Alice Munro

5 (7) A Week in Winter _ Maeve Binchy

6 (6) The Racketeer _ John Grisham

7 (-) Two Pints _ Roddy Doyle

8 (-) Revenge of the Vinyl Cafe _ Stuart McLean

9 (3) Flight Behavior _ Barbara Kingsolver

10 (10) Gone Girl _ Gillian Flynn

NON-FICTION

1 (1) The Inconvenient Indian _ Thomas King

2 (9) Iron Curtain _ Anne Applebaum

3 (3) The World Until Yesterday _ Jared Diamond

4 (6) The Last Lion _ William Manchester and Paul Reid

5 (2) The Patriarch _ David Nasaw

6 (5) Assholes: A Theory _ Aaron James

7 (7) I'm Your Man: The Life of Leonard Cohen _ Sylvie Simmons

8 (-) Journey With No Maps: A Life of P.K. Page _ Sandra Djwa

9 (8) The Untold Story of the United States _ Oliver Stone and Peter Kuznick

10 (-) Sword of the Spirit, Shield of Faith _ Andrew Preston

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