Edmonton Bestseller List for August 13, 2017

These are the top 10 fiction and non-fiction titles sold by Audreys Books in Edmonton for the week ending August 13, 2017. The information has been provided by the Book Publishers Association of Alberta.

Edmonton Fiction Bestsellers

1. Paper Teeth—Lauralyn Chow *

2. Late Show — Michael Connelly

3. Do Not Say We have Nothing—Madeleine Thien

4. Milk and Honey—Rupi Kaur

5. Raincheck—Marlo Lanz *

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6. The Underground Railroad—Colson Whitehead

7. Camino Island—John Grisham

8. Seven Stones to Stand or Fall—Diana Gabaldon

9. The Handmaid's Tale—Margaret Atwood

10. House of Names—Colm Tóibín

Edmonton Non-Fiction Bestsellers

1. Confederation Drive — Janice MacDonald *

2. 50 Percent of Mountaineering is Uphill—Susanna Pfisterer

3. Welcome to Radio! My Life in Broadcasting, So Far
— Bob Layton *

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Welcome to Radio! – Bob Layton

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5. No Is Not Enough: Resisting the New Shock Politics and
Winning the World We Need
— Naomi Klein

6. Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow—Yuval Noah Harari

7. Rocks, Ridges, and Rivers: Geological Wonders of Banff,
Yoho, and Jasper National Parks
—Dale Leckie *

8. Beauty of Discomfort: How What We Avoid is What We Need
—Amanda Lang

9. Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and
Finding Joy
—Sheryl Sandberg with Adam Grant

10. You Might Be from Canada If… – Michael de Adder

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You Might Be from Canada If… – Michael de Adder

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* Alberta Author
+ Alberta Publisher

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