Books: The Independent on Sunday Bestseller List

HARDBACKS

1 Wild Horses by Dick Francis

Michael Joseph pounds 14.99 (-/1)

2 Magic Eye 3

by N E Thing Enterprises

Michael Joseph pounds 11.99 (-/1)

3 Debt of Honour by Tom Clancy

HarperCollins pounds 15.99 (3/6)

4 Magic Eye 2

by N E Thing Enterprises

Michael Joseph pounds 10.99 (1/20)

5 Delia Smith's Summer Collection

BBC Books pounds 14.99 (2/46)

6 Magic Eye

by N E Thing Enterprises

Michael Joseph pounds 10.99 (4/22)

7 Twelve Red Herrings by Jeffrey

Archer, HarperCollins pounds 14.99 (7/9)

8 Floyd on Italy by Keith Floyd

Michael Joseph pounds 16.99 (5/8)

9 A Son of the Circus by John Irving

Bloomsbury pounds 15.99 (-/1)

10 Nothing Lasts Forever

by Sidney Sheldon

HarperCollins pounds 14.99 (-/1)

11 In the Kitchen with Rosie

by Rosie Daley, Ebury pounds 9.99 (6/12)

12 The Human Animal by

Desmond Morris, BBC pounds 16.99 (-/5)

13 The Discworld Companion

by Terry Pratchett & Stephen Briggs

Gollancz pounds 14.99 (12/3)

14 Summers Will Never be the Same

ed C Martin-Jenkins & P Gibson

Partridge Press pounds 12.99 (11/14)

15 Faithfull by Marianne

Faithfull & David Dalton

Michael Joseph pounds 15.99 (13/3)

PAPERBACKS

1 A Spanish Lover

by Joanna Trollope

Black Swan pounds 5.99 (1/10)

2 Vanished by Danielle Steel

Corgi pounds 4.99 (2/3)

3 Disclosure by Michael Crichton

Arrow pounds 5.99 (-/1)

4 The Blue Afternoon

by William Boyd

Penguin pounds 5.99 (3/5)

5 Pleading Guilty by Scott Turow

Penguin pounds 5.99 (14/2)

6 Without Remorse by Tom Clancy

HarperCollins pounds 5.99 (5/12)

7 The Client by John Grisham

Arrow pounds 5.99 (7/15)

8 Cruel and Unusual

by Patricia D Cornwell

Warner pounds 4.99 (6/11)

9 Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks

Vintage pounds 5.99 (4/9)

10 Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha

by Roddy Doyle

Minerva pounds 5.99 (8/15)

11 The Shipping News by E Annie Proulx

4th Estate pounds 5.99 (9/5)

12 Bravo Two Zero by Andy McNab

Corgi pounds 5.99 (-/1)

13 Foetal Attraction by Kathy Lette

Picador pounds 5.99 (-/6)

14 Taken on Trust by Terry Waite

Coronet pounds 5.99 (11/3)

15 Wild Swans by Jung Chang

Flamingo pounds 7.99 (-/49)

PAPERBACK NON-FICTION

1 Bravo Two Zero by Andy McNab

Corgi pounds 5.99

2 Taken on Trust by Terry Waite

Coronet pounds 5.99

3 Wild Swans by Jung Chang

Flamingo pounds 7.99

4 Tell Me The Truth About Love

by W H Auden, Faber pounds 2.50

5 Rothman's Football Annual 1994-95

ed Jack Rollin, Headline pounds 4.50

6 Some Other Rainbow by John

McCarthy & Jill Morrell, Corgi pounds 5.99

7 Neither Here Nor There

by Bill Bryson, Minerva pounds 5.99

8 Playfair Football Annual 1995-95

ed Jack Rollin, Headline pounds 4.50

9 An Evil Cradling by Brian Keenan

Vintage pounds 6.99

10 The Lost Continent by Bill Bryson

Abacus pounds 5.99

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