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Friday, May 2, 2008

Patrick and Jo and the New York Times!

Dear All,

Patrick and Jo are both still on the list. Jo is now
number 10 with A Lady's Secret and
Patrick is at 11 with The Name of the Wind.

(I'll post our next group of Honorable Mentions on Monday -
probably later in the day).


Paperback Mass-Market Fiction
Published: May 4, 2008

Buy These Books From:
This
Week Weeks
On List
1 SIMPLE GENIUS, by David Baldacci. (Grand Central, $9.99.) Two former Secret Service agents investigate a scientist’s murder while one battles her own demons. 3
2 THE WOODS, by Harlan Coben. (Signet, $9.99.) A prosecutor must confront family secrets when new evidence surfaces about a 20-year-old murder. 3
3 BAD LUCK AND TROUBLE, by Lee Child. (Dell, $7.99.) Jack Reacher must discover who is hunting members of a team of former military investigators. 4
4 CREATION IN DEATH, by J. D. Robb. (Berkley, $7.99.) Lt. Eve Dallas pursues the Groom, a killer who disappeared nine years earlier but has now returned; by Nora Roberts, writing pseudonymously. 3
5 BACK ON BLOSSOM STREET, by Debbie Macomber. (Mira, $7.99.) More stories of life and love from a Seattle knitting class. 3
6 * HOKUS POKUS, by Fern Michaels. (Kensington, $6.99.) The Sisterhood, in exile in Barcelona, are called back to help the chief justice of the Supreme Court. 4
7 THE UNQUIET, by John Connolly. (Pocket Star, $7.99.) A woman being stalked by an ex-con who thinks she can help him find his missing daughter seeks protection from the Maine P.I. Charlie Parker. 4
8 THE RIVER KNOWS, by Amanda Quick. (Jove, $7.99.) A reporter and a wealthy Londoner in Victorian England feign romance while investigating a murder suspect. 4
9 I HEARD THAT SONG BEFORE, by Mary Higgins Clark. (Pocket, $7.99.) A woman marries a childhood acquaintance suspected of several murders. 8
10 A LADY’S SECRET, by Jo Beverley. (Signet, $7.99.) A handsome earl accompanies a woman traveling in nun’s garb as she seeks out her father, an English lord unaware of her existence. 3
11 THE NAME OF THE WIND, by Patrick Rothfuss. (DAW, $7.99.) A notorious magician disguised as an innkeeper tells the story of his life, from orphan to legend.

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