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RANK// TITLE/AUTHOR/PUBLISHER
FICTION
1 Devil Bones, by Kathy Reichs (Simon & Schuster, $12.99).
2 The Book Of Negroes, by Lawrence Hill (HarperCollins, $24.95).
3 The Shack, by William P. Young (Windblown Media, $15.99).
4 All The Colours Of Darkness, by Peter Robinson (McClelland & Stewart, $11.99).
5 Any Known Blood, by Lawrence Hill (HarperCollins, $24.95).
6 The Cellist Of Sarajevo, by Steven Galloway (Random House Canada, $21).
7 Water For Elephants, by Sara Gruen (HarperCollins, $16.50).
8 The Origin Of Species, by Nino Ricci (Doubleday Canada, $22).
9 Three-Day Road, by Joseph Boyden (Penguin Canada, $20).
10 Vlad: The Last Confession, by C.C. Humphreys (Orion, $10.99).
11 Exit Lines, by Joan Barfoot (Random House Canada, $21).
12 The Retreat, by David Bergen (McClelland & Stewart, $21).
13 The Winter Vault, by Anne Michaels (McClelland & Stewart, $32.99).
14 Life Of Pi, by Yann Martel (Knopf Canada, $21).
15 The Price Of Love, by Peter Robinson (McClelland & Stewart, $32.99).
Non-Fiction
1 Why Your World Is About To Get A Whole Lot Smaller, by Jeff Rubin (Random House Canada, $29.95).
2 Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell (Little, Brown, $30.99).
3 Always Looking Up, by Michael J. Fox (Hyperion, $33.99).
4 The Hormone Diet, by Natasha Turner (Random House Canada, $32.95).
5 Blink, by Malcolm Gladwell (Little, Brown, $18.50).
6 The Tipping Point, by Malcolm Gladwell (Little, Brown, $16.99).
7 The Power Of Now, by Eckhart Tolle (New World Library, $14.95).
8 Prisoner Of Tehran, by Marina Nemat (Penguin Canada, $18).
9 A New Earth, by Eckhart Tolle (Penguin, $15.50).
10 The Brain That Changes Itself, by Norman Doidge (Penguin, $17.50).
11 This Is Your Brain On Music, by Daniel Levitin (Penguin, $16.50).
12 Audition, by Barbara Walters (Knopf, $18.95).
13 I Met The Walrus, by Jerry Levitan (Collins, $29.99).
14 Survive!, by Les Stroud (HarperCollins, $21.95).
15 Tug Of War, by Harvey Brownstone (ECW, $19.95).

House & Home

RANK// TITLE/AUTHOR/PUBLISHER
1 Backyards, by Sunset Books Staff (Sunset Books, $29.95).
2 Patio And Stone, by Sunset Books Staff (Sunset Books, $29.95).
3 Design Ideas For Decks And Patios, by Heidi Tyline King (Creative Homeowner, $21.95).
4 Make It Right, by Mike Holmes (HarperCollins, $24.95).
5 Decks, by Chris Marshall (Quayside, $27.50).
6 The Cottage Bible, by Gerry Mackie (Boston Mills, $39.95).
7 Kitchens, by Sunset Books Staff (Sunset Books, $29.95).
8 Annapolis Valley Tastes, by Sean Buckland (Nimbus, $22.95).
9 Design Ideas For Bathrooms, by Susan Boyle Hillstrom (Creative Homeowner, $21.95).
10 It's All too Much Workbook, by Peter Walsh (Simon & Schuster, $21).

The Canadian Fiction and Non-Fiction, and the House & Home bestseller lists are compiled for The Globe and Mail by BookNet Canada.

For technical reasons, there will be no national bestseller list this week.

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