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THREE NUMBERS PRECEDING EACH BOOK: THIS WEEK, LAST WEEK, and NUMBER OF WEEKS ON LIST ** Crow's Nest Collingwood, Ont. (705) 445-1900 ** The Book Store Gravenhurst, Ont. (705) 326-8700 ** Saga Bound Grand Bend, Ont. (519) 238-2058 ** Chapman Books Dundas, Ont. (905) 627-5370 **

FICTION

1,1,4 Anil's Ghost, by Michael Ondaatje (McClelland & Stewart, $34.99). 2,2,12 The Brethren, by John Grisham (Doubleday, $39.95). 3,3,3 Wedding, by Danielle Steele (Delacorte, $37.95). 4,8,4 Back Roads, by Tawni O'Dell (Viking, $34.99). 5,5,25 A Good House, by Bonnie Burnard (HarperFlamingo Canada, $29). 6,7,2 Island: The Collected Stories, by Alistair MacLeod (McClelland & Stewart, $34.99). 7,4,9 Daughter Of Fortune, by Isabel Allende (HarperCollins, $39.50). 8,-,1 Before I Say Goodbye, by Mary Higgins Clark (Simon & Schuster, $37.50). 9,9,8 Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason, by Helen Fielding (Penguin, $37.95). 10,6,8 Dressing Up For The Carnival, by Carol Shields (Random House Canada, $32.95).

IN PAPER

1,3,2 We'll Meet Again, by Mary Higgins Clark (Pocket, $10.99). 2,4,2 Monsoon, by Wilbur Smith (McClelland & Stewart, $10.99). 3,1,17 The Testament, by John Grisham (Dell, $11.99). 4,2,3 Fortune's Hand, by Belva Plain (Dell, $10.99). 5,-,2 Net Force 3: Night Moves, by Tom Clancy (Berkley, $10.99). 6,6,2 Carnal Innocence, by Nora Roberts (Bantam). 7,10,2 The Devil's Teardrop, by Jeffrey Deaver (Pocket). 8,5,6 Single And Single, by John le Carré (Penguin, $10.99). 9,-,15 Where The Heart Is, by Billie Letts (Warner, $14.99). 10,7,3 Joining, by Johanna Lindsey (HarperCollins, $9.99).

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SPECIAL INTEREST

1,3,24 Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban, by J. K. Rowling (Raincoast, $19.95). 2,2,29 Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets, by J. K. Rowling (Raincoast, $19.95). 3,1,29 Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone, by J. K. Rowling (Bloomsbury, $9.95). 4,-,2 Eating Well For Optimum Health, by Andrew Weill (Knopf, $38). 5,4,52 Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution, by Robert C. Atkins (Avon, $8.50).

NON-FICTION

1,2,32 Tuesdays With Morrie, by Mitch Albom (Doubleday, $27.95). 2,1,31 'Tis, by Frank McCourt (Scribner, $38.50). 3,6,16 The Rock Says, by The Rock (HarperCollins, $39.50). 4,4,22 Have A Nice Day, by Mick Foley (Mankind) (HarperCollins, $39.50). 5,-,1 Ten Things I Wish I'd Known, by Maria Shriver (H.B. Fenn, $27.95). 6,5,5 A Bodyguard's Story, by Trevor Rees-Jones (Warner, $32.95). 7,3,5 The Nature Of Economies, by Jane Jacobs (Random House Canada, $29.95). 8,7,6 Bret Hitman Hart, by Bret Hart with Perry Lefko (Stoddart, $19.99). 9,10,11 The Millionaire Mind, by Thomas J. Stanley (Andrews McMeel, $39.95). 10,8,2 The Measure Of A Man, by Sidney Poitier (HarperCollins, 39.50).

IN PAPER

1,1,22 Angela's Ashes, by Frank McCourt (Touchstone, $10.99). 2,3,3 Bella Tuscany, by Frances Mayes (Random House, $22). 3,8,106 Into Thin Air, by Jon Krakauer (Anchor, $9.99). 4,9,6 Guns, Germs, And Steel, by Jared Diamond (Norton, $19.99). 5,10,3 The Diary Of A Young Girl, by Anne Frank (Bantam, $5.99). 6,7,7 The Elegant Universe, by Brian Greene (Vintage, $22.50). 7,-,31 Under The Tuscan Sun, by Frances Mayes (Broadway, $19.95). 8,2,21 Blue Trust, by Stevie Cameron (Seal, $10.99). 9,-,69 The Perfect Storm, by Sebastian Junger (HarperCollins, $8.99). 10,6,12 Girl, Interrupted, by Susanna Kaysen (Vintage, $17.95).

EDITOR'S CHOICE

Beowulf: A Verse Translation, by Seamus Heaney (Farrar Straus Giroux, $39.95). The great Irish poet tackles the Saxon epic, one of the great literary relics of ancient culture in the West.

EDITOR'S CHOICE

Afterimage, by Helen Humphreys (Harper- Flamingo, $28). Humphreys's second novel was inspired by the work of 19th-century photographic pioneer Julia Margaret Cameron. The bestseller list is compiled by The Globe and Mail using sales figures from 450 bookstores across Canada, including chains (all Chapters, SmithBooks and Coles bookstores) and independent retailers, including those named above.

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