Books: Bestseller list - Hardbacks

1 Botham: My Autobiography

by Ian Botham & Peter Hayter

CollinsWillow pounds 15.99 (1/3)

2 Wild Horses by Dick Francis

Michael Joseph pounds 14.99 (2/4)

3 Looking for Trouble

by Peter de la Billiere

HarperCollins pounds 19.99 (4/2)

4 Magic Eye 3 by N E Thing Enterprises

Michael Joseph pounds 11.99 (6/4)

5 The Glass Lake

by Maeve Binchy, Orion pounds 15.99 (3/3)

6 Now and Then

by Roy Castle, Robson pounds 16.95 (15/2)

7 Magic Eye 2 by N E Thing Enterprises

Michael Joseph pounds 11.99 (8/22)

8 First World War by Martin Gilbert

Weidenfeld pounds 20 (11/2)

9 Life of the Party by Christopher Ogden

Little, Brown pounds 18.99 (-/1)

10 Delia Smith's Summer Collection

by Delia Smith

BBC Books pounds 14.99 (-/48)

11 Summers Will Never Be the Same

by C Martin-Jenkins & P Gibson

Partridge Press pounds 12.99 (-/15)

12 Miller's Antiques Price Guide 1995

by Judith & Martin Miller

Miller pounds 19.99 (-/1)

13 Songs My Mother Taught Me

by Marlon Brando & Robert Lindsey

Century pounds 17.99 (13/2)

14 Twelve Red Herrings by Jeffrey Archer

HarperCollins pounds 14.9 (10/12)

15 On Foot Through Africa

by Ffyona Campbell

Orion pounds 16.99 (12/2)

1 Bravo Two Zero by Andy McNab

Corgi pounds 5.99 (1/4)

2 Complicity by Iain Banks

Abacus pounds 6.99 (2/3)

3 Disclosure by Michael Crichton

Arrow pounds 5.99 (3/4)

4 Deceit by Clare Francis

Pan pounds 5.99 (9/3)

5 The Blue Afternoon

by William Boyd

Penguin pounds 5.99 (8/8)

6 A Spanish Lover

by Joanna Trollope

Black Swan pounds 5.99 (4/13)

7 Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks

Vintage pounds 5.99 (7/12)

8 Vanished by Danielle Steel

Corgi pounds 4.99 (5/6)

9 The Client by John Grisham

Arrow pounds 5.99 (12/18)

10 Pleading Guilty by Scott Turow

Penguin pounds 5.99 (6/5)

11 Clear and Present Danger

by Tom Clancy

HarperCollins pounds 5.99 (-/1)

12 Cruel and Unusual

by Patricia D Cornwell

Warner pounds 4.99 (13/14)

13 Wild Swans by Jung Chang

Flamingo pounds 7.99 (14/51)

14 Without Remorse by Tom Clancy

HarperCollins pounds 5.99 (11/14)

15 The Violent Ward by Len Deighton

HarperCollins pounds 4.99 (-/1)

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