Saturday, November 6, 2010

Los Angeles Times Fiction Bestseller List--November 7, 2010

1. The Reversal by Michael Connelly
Mickey Haller, with Harry Bosch's help, hopes to nail a seemingly exonerated child killer.

2. The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan
A new group of heroes return to Camp Half-Blood.

3. Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk by David Sedaris
A collection of animal tales dealing with contemporary issues.

4. Worth Dying For by Lee Child
Ex-military cop, Jack Reacher takes on bad guys in a Nebraska town.

5. Our Kind of Traitor by John Le Carre
A vacationing couple help a defecting Russian criminal.

6. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Next by Stieg Larsson
The final book of the "Millennium Trilogy" has Lisbeth Salander in peril.

7. Freedom by Jonathan Franzen
The breakdown of a Midwestern family.

8. American Assassin by Vince Flynn
Mitch Rapp's early days before earning his reputation as a CIA superagent.

9. Great House by Nicole Krauss
An old writing desk reveals a history of loss and recovery in four intertwined tales.

10. Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
In a post-apocalyptic future, kids are forced to fight in gladiator-like matches to the death.

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