Sunday, November 11, 2007

New York Times bestsellers for November 11

Laurell K. Hamilton’s A Lick of Frost is at number 9, down seven in its second week on the list. US, Europe, Canada.

Clive Barker’s Mister B. Gone makes it debut on the New York Times bestseller list at number 20. US, Europe, Canada.

R.A. Salvatore’s The Orc King, in its sixth week, is down six spots to number 23. US, Europe, Canada.

Michael Reaves’ and Steve Perry’s Star Wars: Death Star is down by down spots to number 28 in its third week. US, Europe, Canada.

Stephen R. Donaldson’s Fatal Revenant hangs on to the list and is at number 34 in its fourth week and down thirteen. US, Europe, Canada.

Max Brooks’ World War Z heads into its third week and drops two points to number 8. US, Europe, Canada.

Cormac McCarthy’s The Road now in its 31st week is at number 10, down two. US, Europe, Canada.

Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend makes it debut on the list at number 14. US, Europe, Canada.

Gregory Maguire’s Wicked makes it first drop falling twleve to number 17 in its fifth week. US, Europe, Canada.

Stephen King’s The Mist stays on the list at number 29, also in its fifth week and dropping eighteen. US, Europe, Canada.

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