From paperbacks to a waste of paper, hardcovers to hard-to-believe-it-was-even-published, and non-fiction full of fictitiousness to fiction that’s real in somebody’s world, the bestseller list has them all! Sometimes you just have to read between the lines.
Split Image: Just Because the Mirror Breaks Doesn’t Mean There are Two of You, by Robert B. Parker
Worst Case: Stupefying Tales of Bad Luggage, by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
The Postmistress Always Rings Twice: Discovering Your Wife is a Lesbian, by Sarah Blake
Apple Turnover Murder: Revenge is a Dish Best Served With Just a Touch of Cinnamon, by Joanne Fluke
Saving Ceecee Honeycutt From an Unbelievably Bad Name, by Beth Hoffman
Half Broke Horses: The Economy is THAT Bad, by Jeannette Walls
Big Jack, Small John by J.D. Robb
An Impossible Attraction: Theme Parks in the Sky, by Brenda Joyce
Two For One - Change Your Brain, Change Your Body, by Daniel G. Amen; and A Whole New Mind, by Daniel H. Pink: The Ultimate Transplant
Two For One - I Am an Emotional Creature, by Eve Ensler; and If You Have to Cry, Go Outside, by Kelly Cutrone with Meredith Bryan: Toughlove for Big People
Two For One - A Patriot’s History of the United States, by Larry Schweikart and Michael Allen; and A People’s History of the United States, by Howard Zinn: They Who Define the Terms Get to Tell the “Real” Story
Two For One - The Omnivore’s Dilemma, by Michael Pollan; and Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, by Barbara Kingsolver with Steven L. Hopp and Camille Kingsolver: Who Will be Left to Say Grace?
The Tipping Point: the Hazards of Hot Beverages, by Malcolm Gladwell
Three For One: Daring Young Men, by Richard Reeves; Marry Him, by Lori Gottlieb; and My Horizontal Life, by Chelsea Handler: The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same