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For the week of May 13, 2012 we have hardcover fiction, hardcover non-fiction, and hardcover advice & misc. books.

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Week of May 13, 2012

 

Hardcover Fiction

  1. The Wind Through The Keyhole, by Stephen King   
  2. The Innocent, by David Baldacci
  3. Calico Joe, by John Grisham  
  4. The Witness, by Nora Roberts
  5. Crystal Gardens, by Amanda Quick

 

 

Hardcover Nonfiction

  1. Drift, by Rachel Maddow  
  2. Lots Of Candles, Plenty Of Cake, by Anna Quindlen
  3. Prague Winter, by Madeleine Albright with Bill Woodward
  4. Imagine, by Jonah Lehrer
  5. The President's Club, by Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy

 

 

Hardcover Advice & Misc.

  1. The Pioneer Woman Cooks: by Ree Drummond  
  2. The Blood Sugar Solution, by Mark Hyman
  3. Weeknights With Giada, by Giada De Laurentiis
  4. Worth Every Penny, by Sarah Petty and Erin Verbeck
  5. The 17 Day Diet, by Mike Moreno
     

For more information on this week's best sellers, visit the New York Times website and check out the full list. There is also a special section for Best Sellers in the Library's catalog, BiblioCommons.

 



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