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FICTION

1,1,38 Unless, by Carol Shields (Random House Canada, $34.95). 2,1,37 Family Matters, by Rohinton Mistry (McClelland & Stewart, $39.99). 3,1,16 Quentins, by Maeve Binchy (McArthur & Company, $24.95). 4,1,30 Crow Lake, by Mary Lawson (Knopf Canada, $34.95). 5,1,16 The Shelters Of Stone, by Jean M. Auel (Crown, $44.95). 6,1,15 The Navigator Of New York, by Wayne Johnston (Knopf Canada, $35.95). 7,1,22 The Lovely Bones, by Alice Sebold (Little, Brown, $29.95). 8,1,36 Clara Callan, by Richard B. Wright (HarperFlamingo Canada, $32). 9,1,34 Atonement, by Ian McEwan (Knopf Canada, $34.95). 10,1,10 The Last Crossing, by Guy Vanderhaeghe (McClelland & Stewart, $37.99). 11,2,23 Confessions Of A Shopaholic, by Sophie Kinsella (Delta, $16.95). 12,1,19 The Fiery Cross, by Diana Gabaldon (Delacorte, $39.95). 13,3,12 The Lost Garden, by Helen Humphreys (HarperFlamingo Canada, $27.95). 14,1,7 Red Rabbit, by Tom Clancy (Putnam Berkley, $39.99). 15,3,11 The Summons, by John Grisham (Doubleday, $41.95). 16,1,13 Resurrection Men, by Ian Rankin (Orion, $24.95). 17,2,14 Downhill Chance, by Donna Morrissey (Penguin, $24). 18,2,12 Shopaholic Takes Manhattan, by Sophie Kinsella (Delta, $16.95). 19,1,28 Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage, by Alice Munro (McClelland & Stewart, $34.99). 20,3,8 The Salmon Of Doubt, by Douglas Adams (Macmillan, $35.95). 21,10,2 The Nanny Diaries, by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus (St. Martin's, $34.95). 22,1,25 The Corrections, by Jonathan Franzen (HarperFlamingo Canada, $39.95). 23,1,6 The Polished Hoe, by Austin Clarke (Thomas Allen, $34.95). 24,5,9 Baudolino, by Umberto Eco (Harcourt, $40). 25,7,4 Everything's Eventual, by Stephen King (Scribner, $42.50). IN PAPER

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1,1,23 In The Skin Of A Lion, by Michael Ondaatje (Vintage Canada, $18.95). 2,1,9 Life Of Pi, by Yann Martel (Vintage Canada, $21). 3,2,49 A Fine Balance, by Rohinton Mistry (McClelland & Stewart, $19.99). 4,1,16 Clara Callan, by Richard B. Wright (HarperPerennial Canada, $21.95). 5,3,25 The Red Tent, by Anita Diamant (St. Martin's, $21.99). 6,1,57 Fall On Your Knees, by Ann-Marie MacDonald (Vintage Canada, $21). 7,1,14 Divine Secrets Of The Ya Ya Sisterhood, by Rebecca Wells (HarperCollins, $10.99). 8,1,17 The Stone Carvers, by Jane Urquhart (McClelland & Stewart, $21). 9,1,19 The Fellowship Of The Ring, by J. R. R. Tolkien (HarperCollins, $10.99). 10,1,16 Death In Holy Orders, by P. D. James (Seal, $11.99). 11,1,17 A Painted House, by John Grisham (Random House, $11.99). 12,1,12 Spadework, by Timothy Findley (HarperFlamingo Canada, $11.99). 13,1,14 The Two Towers, by J. R. R. Tolkien (HarperCollins, $10.99). 14,2,14 The Fourth Hand, by John Irving (Vintage Canada, $21). 15,1,28 The Hobbit, by J. R. R. Tolkien (HarperCollins, $9.99). 16,1,10 Fatal Voyage, by Kathy Reichs (Pocket, $10.99). 17,3,8 How To Be Good, by Nick Hornby (Riverhead, $19). 18,2,10 The Corrections, by Jonathan Franzen (HarperCollins, $26.95). 19,3,12 The Return Of The King, by J. R. R. Tolkien (HarperCollins, $10.99). 20,3,12 The Shipping News, by Annie Proulx (Scribner, $21.50). 21,4,7 Empire Falls, by Richard Russo (Vintage, $22.95). 22,3,7 P Is For Peril, by Sue Grafton (Fawcett, $11.99). 23,2,9 A Traitor To Memory, by Elizabeth George (Bantam, $11.99). 24,3,9 Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage, by Alice Munro (Penguin, $22.95). 25,2,5 Atonement, by Ian McEwan (Vintage Canada, $21).

NON-FICTION

1,1,43 Stupid White Men, by Michael Moore (HarperCollins, $37.95). 2,1,46 9-11, by Noam Chomsky (Seven Stories Press, $13.50). 3,1,61 How To Be A Canadian, by Will and Ian Ferguson (Douglas & McIntyre, $19.95). 4,1,84 Dropped Threads, edited by Carol Shields and Marjorie Anderson (Vintage Canada, $22.95). 5,1,19 Souvenir Of Canada, by Douglas Coupland (Douglas & McIntyre, $26.95). 6,2,23 Lucky Man, by Michael J. Fox (Hyperion, $32.95). 7,1,17 On Equilibrium, by John Ralston Saul (Penguin, $35). 8,2,17 Shakey, by Jimmy McDonough (Random House Canada, $45). 9,3,13 Jack: Straight From The Gut, by Jack Welch with Jack A. Byrne (Warner, $42.95). 10,2,12 Negotiating With The Dead, by Margaret Atwood (Cambridge, $27.95). 11,4,10 The Universe In A Nutshell, by Stephen Hawking (Bantam, $53). 12,2,14 Good News For A Change, by David Suzuki and Holly Dressel (Stoddart, $36.95). 13,2,9 Ghost Rider, by Neil Peart (ECW Press, $22.95). 14,6,10 Con Game, by Michael Harris (McClelland & Stewart, $36.99). 15,3,9 Find Me, by Rosie O'Donnell (Warner, $32.95). 16,3,9 Leadership, by Rudolph W. Giuliani (Talk Miramax, $36.95). 17,2,7 Fences And Windows, by Naomi Klein (Vintage Canada, $22.95). 18,6,8 The Fall Of Berlin 1945, by Antony Beevor (Viking, $43.99). 19,1,28 The Map That Changed The World, by Simon Winchester (HarperCollins, $37.95). 20,2,7 Cats I Have Known And Loved, by Pierre Berton (Doubleday Canada, $24.95). 21,8,3 What Went Wrong?, by Bernard Lewis (Oxford University Press, $29.95). 22,2,3 Paris 1919, by Margaret MacMillan (Random House, $53). 23,3,8 The Conversations, by Michael Ondaatje (Vintage Canada, $34.95). 24,1,5 Testaments Of Honour, by Blake Heathcote (Doubleday Canada, $45). 25,3,8 Salt: A World History, by Mark Kurlansky (Knopf Canada, $35.95). IN PAPER

1,1,49 Fast Food Nation, by Eric Schlosser (HarperPerennial, $21). 2,1,100 No Logo, by Naomi Klein (Vintage Canada, $19.95). 3,1,35 A Beautiful Mind, by Sylvia Nasar (Touchstone, $24.50). 4,1,28 The Darwin Awards, by Wendy Northcutt (Plume, $14.99). 5,1,60 Guns, Germs, And Steel, by Jared Diamond (Norton, $19.99). 6,1,34 It's Not About The Bike, by Lance Armstrong (Berkley, $19). 7,1,18 The Map That Changed The World, by Simon Winchester (HarperPerennial, $22). 8,1,22 The Tipping Point, by Malcolm Gladwell (Back Bay, $21.95). 9,2,62 A Child Called 'It', by David Pelzer (Health Communications, $15.95). 10,4,41 Kitchen Confidential, by Anthony Bourdain (Bloomsbury, $18.50). 11,1,10 How The Scots Invented The Modern World, by Arthur Herman (Three Rivers, $22.95). 12,1,15 The Noonday Demon, by Andrew Solomon (Touchstone, $24.50). 13,1,10 On Equilibrium, by John Ralston Saul (Penguin Canada, $24). 14,2,22 The Ingenuity Gap, by Thomas Homer-Dixon (Vintage Canada, $21.95). 15,3,8 Marching As To War, by Pierre Berton (Anchor Canada, $22.95). 16,4,9 French Lessons: Adventures With Knife, Fork, And Corkscrew, by Peter Mayle (Vintage, $19.95). 17,1,27 Paris To The Moon, by Adam Gopnik (Random House, $22.95). 18,1,10 Black Hawk Down, by Mark Bowden (Penguin, $19.99). 19,2,8 Tuesdays With Morrie, by Mitch Albom (Broadway, $17.95). 20,6,4 Prozac Nation, by Elizabeth Wurtzel (Riverhead, $20). 21,10,3 Heavier Than Heaven, by Charles Cross (Hyperion, $21.95). 22,3,10 Fatal Passage, by Ken McGoogan (Perennial Canada, $21.95). 23,5,9 The Lost Boy, by Dave Pelzer (Health Communications, $15.95). 24,5,4 Uncle Tungsten, by Oliver Sacks (Vintage Canada, $21). 25,5,6 Justice, by Dominick Dunne (Three Rivers, $21).

The bestseller list is compiled by the Globe and Mail using sales figures from bookstores across Canada.

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