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    Posted: April/08/2010 at 6:50pm
HARDBACKS

1. The Lost Symbol: A Novel. Dan Brown. Doubleday (5,543,643).
2. *The Associate: A Novel. John Grisham. Doubleday.
3. The Help. Kathryn Stockett. Putnam/Amy Einhorn (1,104,617).
4. I, Alex Cross. James Patterson. Little, Brown (1,040,976).
5. The Last Song. Nicholas Sparks. Grand Central (1,032,829).
6. *Ford County. John Grisham. Doubleday.
7. Finger Lickin' Fifteen. Janet Evanovich. St. Martin's (977,178).
8. The Host: A Novel. Stephenie Meyer. Little, Brown (912,165).
9. *Under the Dome. Stephen King. Scribner
10. Pirate Latitudes. Michael Crichton. Harper (855,638).
11. Scarpetta. Patricia Cornwell. Putnam (800,000).
12. U Is for Undertow. Sue Grafton. Putnam (706,154).
13. The Scarpetta Factor. Patricia Cornwell. Putnam (705,000).
14. Shadowland. Alyson Noel. St. Martin's (609,355).
15. The 8th Confession. James Patterson. Little, Brown (606,097).

Mass Market Paperbacks:

2,000,000+

The Associate: A Novel. John Grisham. Rep. Dell (2,150,227).

1,000,000+

Cross Country. James Patterson. Grand Central (1,275,888).
Sail. James Patterson. Grand Central (1,251,364).
Tribute. Nora Roberts. Rep. Jove. (1,250,361).
Fearless Fourteen. Janet Evanovich. Rep. St. Martin's (1,200,000).
The Quickie. James Patterson. Grand Central. (1,167,569).
Scarpetta. Patricia Cornwell. Rep. Berkley (1,130,248).
The Whole Truth. David Baldacci. Grand Central (1,109,543).
Divine Justice. David Baldacci. Grand Central (1,021,344).
Sooner or Later. Debbie Macomber. Avon (1,000,000).
Mrs. Miracle. Debbie Macomber. Avon (1,000,000).
Dark Summer. Iris Johansen. Rep. St. Martin's (1,000,000).

750,000+

7th Heaven. James Patterson. Grand Central (994,030).
The Front. Patricia Cornwell. Rep. Berkley (915,192).
Sundays at Tiffany's. James Patterson. Grand Central (911,511).
Your Heart Belong to Me: A Novel. Dean Koontz. Rep. Bantam (887,394).
"In the real world as in dreams, nothing is quite what it seems. Dean Koontz

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It depresses me to see some of those names, but never any Lansdale.
We are not strangers to ourselves, we only try to be. --Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz
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Ha. The only author I read on that entire list is Dean Koontz. I'm an alien.
I'm inclined to believe in parallel worlds filled with dark bound Snow and Odd adventures.

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