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Hardcover nonfiction bestsellers, week of 3/16

Posted by Jim Concannon  March 18, 2008 10:17 AM

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1. This Republic of Suffering
By Drew Gilpin Faust. Knopf.
2. In Defense of Food
By Michael Pollan. Penguin.
3. Beautiful Boy
By David Sheff. Houghton Mifflin.
4. The Assist
By Neil Swidey. PublicAffairs.
5. Does This Clutter Make My Butt Look Fat?
By Peter Walsh. Free Press.
6. The Secret
By Rhonda Byrne. Atria.
7. The Age of American Unreason
By Susan Jacoby. Pantheon.
8. Losing It
By Valerie Bertinelli. Free Press.
9. Predictably Irrational
By Dan Ariely. HarperCollins.
10. Chasing the Flame
By Samantha Power. Penguin.

SOURCE: Boston area bookstores

1. This Republic of Suffering
By Drew Gilpin Faust. Knopf.
2. In Defense of Food
By Michael Pollan. Penguin.
3. Beautiful Boy
By David Sheff. Houghton Mifflin.
4. The Assist
By Neil Swidey. PublicAffairs.
5. Does This Clutter Make My Butt Look Fat?
By Peter Walsh. Free Press.

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