Best sellers

January 13, 1991

These are the best sellers for the week ending Jan. 11.

Hardcover, fiction

1"The Plains of Passage," Jean Auel.

2"The Witching Hour," Anne Rice.

3"Four Past Midnight," Stephen King.

4"Dazzle," Judith Krantz.

5"The Burden of Proof," Scott Turow.

6"Jurassic Park," Michael Crichton.

7"Longshot," Dick Francis.

8"Memories of Midnight," Sidney Sheldon.

9"Possession: a Romance," A. S. Byatt.

10"Lady Boss," Jackie Collins.

Hardcover, non-fiction

1"A Life on the Road," Charles Kuralt.

2"The Civil War: an Illustrated History," Geoffrey Ward.

3"Financial Self-Defense: How to Stop Getting Taken and Start Making Money," Charles Givens.

4"Millie's Book: as Dictated to Barbara Bush," Mildred Kerr Bush.

5"The Frugal Gourmet Cooks Your Immigrant Heritage," Jeff Smith.

6"Bo Knows Bo," Bo Jackson with Dick Schaap.

7"Ronald Reagan: an American Life," Ronald Reagan.

8"The Cat and the Curmudgeon," Cleveland Amory.

9"In All His Glory," Sally Bedell Smith.

10"Iron John: a Book About Men," by Robert Bly.

Paperback, mass

1"Misery," Stephen King.

2"Foucault's Pendulum," Umberto Eco.

3"All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten," Robert Fulghum.

4"Dances with Wolves," Michael Blake.

5"Talking God," Tony Hillerman.

6"The Bad Place," Dean Koontz.

7"The Bonfire of the Vanities," Tom Wolfe.

8"The Dark Half," Stephen King.

9"The Gift," Julie Garwood.

10"Reasonable Doubt," Philip Friedman.

Books in demand

Among the books most in demand at the Enoch Pratt Free Library last week were:

Non-fiction

1"An American Looks at Britain," Richard Critchfield.

2"A Life on the Road," Charles Kuralt.

3"Now You Know," Kitty Dukakis.

4"American Cassandra," Peter Kurth.

5"Anchors," Robert Goldberg.

Fiction

1"Lady Boss," Jackie Collins.

2"The Witching Hour," Anne Rice.

3"Memories of Midnight," Sidney Sheldon.

4"Longshot," Dick Francis.

5"Dazzle," Judith Krantz.

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