BOOKS: bestsellers: hardback
Saturday 17 June 1995
2. More Rhodes Around Britain by Gary Rhodes (BBC Books, pounds 15.99)
3. River Out of Eden by Richard Dawkins (Weidenfeld, pounds 9.99
4. The Path to Power by Margaret Thatcher (HarperCollins, pounds 25)
5. Our Game by John Le Carre (Hodder, pounds 16.99)
6. The Seventh Scroll by Wilbur Smith (Macmillan, pounds 15.99)
7. Sophie's World by Jorstein Gaarder (Phoenix House, pounds 16.99)
8. Fingerprints of the Gods by Graham Hancock (Heinemann, pounds 16.99)
9. Summer Collection by Delia Smith (BBC, pounds 14.99)
10. Jeffrey Archer: Stranger Than Fiction by Michael Crick (Hamish Hamilton, pounds 17.50)
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