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'Gone Girl,' 'I Could Pee on This' are SoCal's bestsellers

Been a while since I posted an early look at the bestselling books in Southern California's independent bookstores. Here are the top books through sales of Sunday:

gone-girl-cover.jpgHARDCOVER FICTION
1. Gone Girl
Gillian Flynn, Crown
2. Tenth of December
George Saunders, Random House
3. Benediction
Kent Haruf

HARDCOVER NONFICTION
1. I Could Pee on This
Francesco Marciuliano, Chronicle
2. My Beloved World
Sonia Sotomayor, Knopf
3. The Future
Al Gore, Random House

TRADE PAPERBACK FICTION
1. Life of Pi
Yann Martel, Mariner
2. The Orchardist
Amanda Coplin, Harper Perennial
3. The Great Gatsby
F.Scott Fitzgerald, Scribner

TRADE PAPERBACK NONFICTION
1. The Four Agreements
Don Miguel Ruiz, Amber-Allen
2. Drift
Rachel Maddow, Broadway
3. Quiet
Susan Cain, Broadway

MASS MARKET
1. A Game of Thrones
George R.R. Martin, Bantam
2. To Kill a Mockingbird
Harper Lee, Warner
3. Defending Jacob
William Landay, Dell

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