Top Ten in Books 

Barnes and Noble Broadway's hardcover fiction best-sellers for the week ending May 10, 2005
  1. True Believer Nicholas Sparks, Warner Books ($24.95)
  2. The Mermaid Chair Sue Monk Kidd, Viking ($24.95)
  3. The Da Vinci Code Dan Brown, Doubleday and Company ($24.95)
  4. The Innocent Harlan Coben, Penguin ($26.95)
  5. Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Matthew Stover, Random House ($25.95)
  6. In the Company of Cheerful Ladies Alexander McCall Smith, Random House ($19.95)
  7. No Place Like Home Mary Higgins Clark, Simon and Schuster ($25.95)
  8. Ya-Yas in Bloom Rebecca Wells, HarperCollins ($24.95)
  9. A Stroke of Midnight Laurell K. Hamilton, Ballantine Books ($23.95)
  10. Saturday Ian McEwan, Doubleday and Company ($26)


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