Local Bestsellers

Local bestsellers are based on recent sales at Austin bookstores selected to reflect varied reading interests.

Local Bestsellers

Local bestsellers are based on recent sales at Austin bookstores selected to reflect varied reading interests. This week's list of bestsellers is from Adventures in Crime and Space, 609-A W. Sixth.

1. The Wild Machines: The Book of Ash, #3 by Mary Gentle

2. Ship of Destiny by Robin Hobb

3. Wild Angel by Pat Murphy

4. A Civil Campaign by Lois McMaster Bujold

5. Simply Human by L. Warren Douglas

6. A Signal Shattered by Eric Nylund

7. A Gnomewrench in the Peopleworks by Nick O'Donohoe

8. Daemonomania by John Crowley

9. Soldiers Live by Glen Cook

10. Farseekers by Isobelle Carmody

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KEYWORDS FOR THIS STORY

The Wild Machines: The Book of Ash, #3, Mary Gentle, Ship of Destiny, Robin Hobb, Wild Angel, Pat Murphy, A Civil Campaign, Lois McMCaster Bujold, Simply Human, L. Warren Douglas, A Signal Shattered, Eric Nylund, A Gnomewrench in the Peopleworks, Nick O'Donohoe, Daemono

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