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Hardcover nonfiction bestsellers, Dec, 6-12

Posted by guest  December 8, 2009 12:21 PM

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1. What the Dog Saw

By Malcolm Gladwell. Little, Brown.

2. Going Rogue

By Sarah Palin. HarperCollins.

3. True Compass

By Edward M. Kennedy. Twelve.

4. Superfreakonomics

By Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner. William Morrow.

5. When the Game Was Ours

By Larry Bird and Earvin Johnson. Houghton Mifflin.

6. Open

By Andre Agassi. Knopf.

7. Strength in What Remains

By Tracy Kidder. Random.

8. The Book of Basketball

By Bill Simmons. ESPN.

9. Harvard Square: An Illustrated History Since 1950

By Mo Lotman. Stewart.

10. Gourmet Today

By Ruth Reichl. Houghton Mifflin.

Source: Boston Area Bookstores

1. What the Dog Saw

By Malcolm Gladwell. Little, Brown.

2. Going Rogue

By Sarah Palin. HarperCollins.

3. True Compass

By Edward M. Kennedy. Twelve.

4. Superfreakonomics

By Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner. William Morrow.

5. When the Game Was Ours

By Larry Bird and Earvin Johnson. Houghton Mifflin.

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