Local Bestsellers

The 10 top-selling books at Adventures in Crime & Space Books

Local bestsellers are based on sales at Austin bookstores selected to reflect a variety of reading interests. This week's list comes from Adventures in Crime & Space Books, 609-A West Sixth St.

1. The Shadows of God by J. Gregory Keyes

2. American Gods by Neil Gaiman

3. March Upcountry by David Weber & John Ringo

4. The Bottoms by Joe R. Lansdale

5. The Elvis and Marilyn Affair by Robert S. Levinson

6. Calculating God by Robert J. Sawyer

7. The Thief of Time by Terry Pratchett

8. The Last King of Texas by Rick Riordan

9. The Year's Best Fantasy edited by David G. Hartwell

10. Desert Noir by Betty Webb

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The Shadows of God, J. Gregory Keyes, American Gods, Neil Gaiman, March Upcountry, David Weber, John Ringo, The Bottoms, Joe R. Lansdale, The Elvis and Marilyn Affair, Robert S. Levinson, Calculating God, Robert J. Sawyer, The Thief of Time, Terry Pratchett, The Last Ki

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