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Hardcover nonfiction bestsellers, week of October 28

Posted by Jim Concannon  October 25, 2007 01:52 PM

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1. I Am America (And So Can You!)
By Stephen Colbert. Grand Central.
2. Clapton
By Eric Clapton. Broadway.
3. The Age of Turbulence
By Alan Greenspan. Penguin.
4. The Nine
By Jeffrey Toobin. Doubleday.
5. Musicophilia
By Oliver Sacks. Knopf.
6. Become a Better You
By Joel Osteen. Free Press.
7. Deceptively Delicious
By Jessica Seinfeld. Collins.
8. Come On, People
By Bill Cosby and Alvin F. Poussaint. Thomas Nelson.
9. The Secret
By Rhonda Byrne. Beyond Words.
10. The Art of Simple Food
By Alice Waters. Clarkson Potter.

Compiled by Borders Books & Music, Brookline Booksmith, Concord Bookshop, Harvard Book Store, New England Mobile Book Fair, Newtonville Books, and Porter Square Books.

1. I Am America (And So Can You!)
By Stephen Colbert. Grand Central.
2. Clapton
By Eric Clapton. Broadway.
3. The Age of Turbulence
By Alan Greenspan. Penguin.
4. The Nine
By Jeffrey Toobin. Doubleday.
5. Musicophilia
By Oliver Sacks. Knopf.

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