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THREE NUMBERS PRECEDING EACH BOOK: THIS WEEK, LAST WEEK, and NUMBER OF WEEKS ON LIST -** A Small Book Shop Kitchener, Ont. (519) 743-8741 -** Crow's Nest Collingwood, Ont. (705) 445-1900 -** Stonetown Books St. Mary's, Ont. (519) 284-0322 -** Saga Bound Grand Bend, Ont. (519) 238-2058 -**

FICTION

1,1,3 Anil's Ghost, by Michael Ondaatje (McClelland & Stewart, $34.99). 2,2,11 The Brethren, by John Grisham (Doubleday, $39.95). 3,3,2 Wedding, by Danielle Steele (Delacorte, $37.95). 4,4,8 Daughter Of Fortune, by Isabel Allende (HarperCollins, $39.50). 5,6,24 A Good House, by Bonnie Burnard (HarperFlamingo Canada, $29). 6,8,7 Dressing Up For The Carnival, by Carol Shields (Random House Canada, $32.95). 7,-,1 Island: The Collected Stories, by Alistair Macleod (McClelland & Stewart, $34.99). 8,5,3 Back Roads, by Tawni O'Dell (Viking, $34.99). 9,7,7 Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason, by Helen Fielding (Penguin, $37.95). 10,10,26 No Great Mischief, by Alistair MacLeod (McClelland & Stewart, $32.95).

IN PAPER

1,1,16 The Testament, by John Grisham (Dell, $11.99). 2,3,2 Fortune's Hand, by Belva Plain (Dell, $10.99). 3,-,1 We'll Meet Again, by Mary Higgins Clark (Pocket, $10.99). 4,-,1 Monsoon, by Wilbur Smith (McClelland & Stewart, $10.99). 5,2,5 Single And Single, by John le Carré (Penguin, $10.99). 6,-,1 Carnal Innocence, by Nora Roberts (Bantam). 7,5,2 Joining, by Johanna Lindsey (HarperCollins, $9.99). 8,9,2 Bedford Square, by Anne Perry (Ballantine, $9.99). 9,4,7 Bittersweet, by Danielle Steel (Dell, $10.99). 10,-,1 The Devil's Teardrop, by Jeffrey Deaver (Pocket).

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SPECIAL INTEREST

1,1,28 Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone, by J. K. Rowling (Bloomsbury, $9.95). 2,5,28 Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets, by J. K. Rowling (Raincoast, $19.95). 3,4,23 Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban, by J. K. Rowling (Raincoast, $19.95). 4,-,51 Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution, by Robert C. Atkins (Avon, $8.50). 5,2,25 The Seat Of The Soul, by Gary Zukav (Fireside, $19.25).

NON-FICTION

1,3,30 'Tis, by Frank McCourt (Scribner, $38.50). 2,1,31 Tuesdays With Morrie, by Mitch Albom (Doubleday, $27.95). 3,5,4 The Nature Of Economies, by Jane Jacobs (Random House Canada, $29.95). 4,2,21 Have A Nice Day, by Mick Foley (Mankind) (HarperCollins, $39.50). 5,7,4 A Bodyguard's Story, by Trevor Rees-Jones (Warner, $32.95). 6,4,15 The Rock Says, by The Rock (HarperCollins, $39.50). 7,6,5 Bret Hitman Hart, by Bret Hart with Perry Lefko (Stoddart, $19.99). 8,-,1 The Measure Of A Man, by Sidney Poitier (HarperCollins, $39.50). 9,10,3 The Tipping Point, by Malcolm Gladwell (Little, Brown, $34.95). 10,9,10 The Millionaire Mind, by Thomas J. Stanley (Andrews McMeel, $39.95).

IN PAPER

1,1,21 Angela's Ashes, by Frank McCourt (Touchstone, $10.99). 2,-,20 Blue Trust, by Stevie Cameron (Seal, $10.99). 3,7,2 Bella Tuscany, by Frances Mayes (Random House, $22). 4,-,27 The Professor And The Madman, by Simon Winchester (HarperCollins, $19). 5,2,18 Canadian Crimes, by Max Haines (Penguin, $8.99). 6,4,11 Girl, Interrupted, by Susanna Kaysen (Vintage, $17.95). 7,5,6 The Elegant Universe, by Brian Greene (Vintage, $22.50). 8,3,105 Into Thin Air, by Jon Krakauer (Anchor, $9.99). 9,-,5 Guns, Germs, And Steel, by Jared Diamond (Norton, $19.99). 10,-,2 The Diary Of A Young Girl, by Anne Frank (Bantam, $5.99).

EDITOR'S CHOICE

Swing Low: A Life, by Miriam Toews (Stoddart, $27.95). Toews's memoir of her father's illness and suicide, told in 'his' voice, is courageous and enlightening.

EDITOR'S CHOICE

Island, by Alistair MacLeod (McClelland & Stewart, $34.99). Respected writer MacLeod's short stories, love songs to Cape Breton Island, are collected one volume. The bestseller list is compiled by The Globe and Mail using sales figures from 450 bookstores across Canada, including chains (all Chapters, SmithBooks and Coles bookstores) and independent retailers, including those named above.

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