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Kepler's Bestsellers as of March 21, 2010

Original post made by Pam Grange on Mar 22, 2010

Hardcover Fiction
1 Spellwright Blake Charlton
2 Help Kathryn Stockett
3 So Much For That Lionel Shriver
4 Lacuna Barbara Kingsolver
5 Too Much Happiness Stories Alice Munro
6 Major Pettigrews Last Stand Helen Simonson
7 Three Weissmanns Of Westport Cathleen Schine
8 Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter Seth Grahame-Smith
9 Wolf Hall Hilary Mantel
10 Secret Life Of Emily Dickinson Jerome Charyn

Hardcover Nonfiction
1 Big Short Michael Lewis
2 Edge Of Physics Anil Ananthaswamy
3 Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks Rebecca Skloot
4 Man Who Ate His Boots Anthony Brandt
5 What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 Tina Seelig
6 Every Day In Tuscany Frances Mayes
7 Lighting Out For Territory Roy Morris
8 Genius In All Of Us David Shenk
9 Willie Mays James Hirsch
10 Stones Into Schools Greg Mortenson

Paperback Fiction
1 Cutting For Stone Abraham Verghese
2 Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Stieg Larsson
3 Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society Mary Ann Shaffer
4 Little Bee Chris Cleave
5 Let The Great World Spin Colum McCann
6 Elegance Of The Hedgehog Muriel Barbery
7 Reliable Wife Robert Goolrick
8 Shanghai Girls Lisa See
9 Tea Time For The Traditionally Built Alexander McCall Smith
10 Lark & Termite Jayne Anne Phillips

Paperback Nonfiction
1 Food Rules Michael Pollan
2 Possessed Elif Batuman
3 Three Cups Of Tea Greg Mortenson
4 Blind Side Michael Lewis
5 That Crumpled Paper Was Due Last Week Ana Homayoun
6 Time & Materials Robert Hass
7 We Two Gillian Gil
8 Freakonomics Steven Levitt
9 Cartoon Intro To Economics Yoram Bauman
10 Zagat San Francisco 2010 Zagat Guide

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