Edmonton Bestseller List for November 5, 2017

These are the top 10 fiction and non-fiction titles sold by Audreys Books in Edmonton for the week ending November 5, 2017. The information has been provided by the Book Publishers Association of Alberta.

Edmonton Fiction Bestsellers

1. The 2017 Short Story Advent Calendar — Michael
Hingston Ed. *+



2. The Dark and Other Love Storiesopens a new window — Deborah Willis *

3. Uncommon Type: Some Storiesopens a new window — Tom Hanks

4. Christmas at the Vinyl Cafeopens a new window — Stuart McLean

5. The Alice Networkopens a new window — Kate Quinn

6. Few and Faropens a new window — Allison Kydd + 

7. A Wake for the Dreamlandopens a new window — Laurel Deedrick-Mayne *

8. Originopens a new window — Dan Brown

9. Transitopens a new window — Rachel Cusk

10. The Remains of the Dayopens a new window — Kazuo Ishiguro

Edmonton Nonfiction Bestsellers

1. Calling the Shotsopens a new window — Kelly Hrudey and Kirstie McLellan Day *

2. Robert Bateman's Canada — Robert Bateman



3. 100 Things Oilers Fans Should Know & Do Before They
Dieopens a new window
— Joanne Ireland *

4. Oil's Deep State: How the Petroleum Industry Undermines
Democracy and Slows Action on Global Warming - in Alberta
and in Ottawaopens a new window
— Kevin Taft *

5. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girlsopens a new window — Elena Favilli and
Francesca Cavallo

6. Run, Hide, Repeat: A Memoir of a Fugitive Childhoodopens a new window
— Pauline Dakin 

7. Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, Death and Hard Truths in
a Northern Cityopens a new window
— Tanya Talaga

8. Leonardo Da Vinciopens a new window — Walter Isaacson

9. One Day Closer: A Mother's Quest to Bring Her Kidnapped
Daughter Homeopens a new window
— Lorinda Stewart

10. Astrophysics for People in a Hurryopens a new window — Neil deGrasse Tyson

* Alberta Author
+ Alberta Publisher

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