Edmonton Bestseller List for January 28, 2018

These are the top 10 fiction and non-fiction titles sold by Audreys Books in Edmonton for the week ending January 28, 2018. The information has been provided by the Book Publishers Association of Alberta.

Edmonton Fiction Bestsellers

1. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Tales of Extraordinary
Women, opens a new window
— Elena Favilli and Francesco Cavallo (Children's)

2. The Alice Network, opens a new window — Kate Quinn

3. The Perfect Nanny, opens a new window — Leila Slimani

4. A Legacy of Spies, opens a new window — John le Carré

5. The Sun and Her Flowers, opens a new window — Rupi Kaur (Poetry)

6. In the Midst of Winter, opens a new window — Isabel Allende

7. War Cry, opens a new window — Wilbur Smith

8. Dark Saturday, opens a new window — Nicci French

9. At the Edge of the Orchard, opens a new window — Tracy Chevalier

10. A Wrinkle in Time, opens a new window — Madeleine L'Engle (Children's)

Edmonton Nonfiction Bestsellers

1. Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, opens a new window — Michael Wolff

2. The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning, opens a new window — Margareta

3. You Might Be From Alberta If, opens a new window — Dave Elston and Paul Brandt *

4. Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic, opens a new window
— David Frum

5. This I Know: Marketing Lessons From Under the Influence, opens a new window
— Terry O'Reilly

6. Feeding My Mother, opens a new window — Jann Arden *

7. The Truth About Stories: A Native Narrative, opens a new window — Thomas King

8. Whitewater Cooks: More Beautiful Food — Shelley Adams



9. Seven Fallen Feathers:Racism, Death, and Hard Truths in
a Northern City, opens a new window
— Tanya Talaga

10. The Archipelago of Hope: Wisdom and Resilience From
the Edge of Climate Change
— Gleb Raygorodetsky *

* Alberta Author
+ Alberta Publisher

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