Top Ten in Books 

Green Fire Bookshop's best sellers for the week ending Feb. 5, 2005
  1. Confessions of an Economic Hit Man John Perkins, Berrett-Koehler Publishers (new $24.95)
  2. The Fraternity: Lawyers and Judge in Collusion John Fitzgerald Molloy, Paragon House Press (new $22.95)
  3. The Monkey Wrench Gang Edward Abbey and Douglas Brinkley, Perrennial (used $3.50)
  4. Southwest Cookery, or, At Home on the Range Richard Wormser (used $3)
  5. A Beautiful, Cruel Country Eva Antonia Wilber-Cruce and Michael McCurdy, University of Arizona Press (used $10)
  6. Tombstone: Images of America Jane Eppinga, Arcadia Press (new $19.99)
  7. Going Back to Bisbee Richard Shelton, University of Arizona Press (used $9)
  8. Blue Planets: Book 1 of the Sofar Trilogy John Gentile, 1st Books Library (new $16)
  9. Sonoita Plain, Views From a Southwestern Grassland Carl and Jane Bock, University of Arizona Press (new $20)
  10. Killing the Natives: Has the American Dream Become a Nightmare? Guy McPherson, Whitmore Publishing (new $20)


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