Whodunit March Bestsellers

Monday Apr 20 2009
by Whodunit

Check out the bestsellers for March at Whodunit!

Paperback
1. Stuart MacBride, Flesh House, Harper Collins
2. Rhys Bowen, Tell Me, Pretty Maiden, St. Martin’s Press
3. Anne Perry, Buckingham Palace Gardens, Random House
4. Emily Brightwell, Mrs Jeffries in the Nick of Time, Berkley
5. Laura Childs, Silver Needle Murder, Berkley
6. David Baldacci, The Whole Truth, Grand
7. Hannah Dennison, Scoop, Berkley
8. Lorna Barrett, Bookmarked for Death, Berkley
9. Carolyn G. Hart, Death Walked In, Harper
10.Victoria Laurie, Ghouls Just Haunt to have Fun

Trade paper
1. Robert Wilson, Ignorance of Blood , Harper Collins
2. Laura Lippman,  Life Sentences, Harper
3. Phillip Kerr, One From the Other, Penguin
4. Arianna Franklin, Grave Goods, Penguin
5. Val McDermid, Darker Domain, Harper Collins
6. Alexander McCall Smith, Miracle at Speedy Motors, Random House
7. C.J. Sansom, Revelation, Random House
8. Camilla Lackberg, Preacher, Harper Collins UK
9. Bernard Cornwell, Azincourt, Harper
10.Ruth Downie, Medicus, Bloomsbury

Hardback
1. Stieg Larsson,  The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Penguin
2. Jacqueline Winspear, Among the Mad, Henry Holt
3. Phillip Kerr, A Quiet Flame, Putnam
4. Lindsay Davis, Alexandria, Random House
5. Dana Stabenow, Whisper to the Blood,  St. Martin’s
6. Alexander McCall Smith, La’s Orchestra Saves the World, Random House
7. Qiu Xiaolong, The Mao Case,  St. Martin’s
8. Gail Bowen, The Brutal Heart, McClelland & Stewart
9. Alexander McCall Smith, World According to Bertie, Random House
10.Nick Stone, King of Swords, Harper



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