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Coelho's book No.1

Paulo Coelho's 'The Winner Stands Alone' has moved seven stairs up this week, securing No.1 position in the fiction category. 
Best Sellers : Fiction 
1. 'The Winner Stands Alone' Author: Paulo Coelho
2.'The Long Walk Home' Author: Manreet Sodhi Someshwar
3. 'The Case of The Missing Servant' Author: Tarquin Hall
 4. 'In Other Rooms, Other Wonders' Author: Daniyal Mueenuddin
5. 'The Thing Around Your Neck' Author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
6. 'The Toss of a Lemon' Author: Padma Viswanathan
7. 'The Lost Flamingoes of Bombay' Author: Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi
8. 'First Family' Author: David Baldacci
9. 'Gone Tomorrow' Author: Lee Child
10. 'Six Graves to Munich' Author: Mario Puzo

Best Sellers : Non-fiction
1. 'From Fatwa to Jihad : The Rushdie Affair And Its Legacy' Author: Kenan Malik
2. 'Amen The Autobiography of a Nun' Author: Sister Jesme
3. 'Stranger to History' Author: Aatish Taseer
4. 'Delhi Adventures in a Megacity' Author: Sam Miller
5. 'Dreams from My Father' Author: Barack Obama
6. 'The Audacity of Hope' Author: Barack Obama
7. 'The Caged Phoenix : Can India Fly?' Author: Dipankar Gupta
8. 'Nudge : Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth and Happiness' Author: Thaler and Sunstein
9. '80 Questions to Understand India : History, Mythology and Religion' Author: Murad Ali Baig
10. 'Bangladesh and Pakistan : Flirting with Failure in South Asia' Author: William B. Milam
(Source: Bahri Sons, New Delhi, All the books listed above are available online)
[Courtesy : Yahoo News]
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