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Best-Sellers

November 5, 2006

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Fiction

1. "For One More Day," by Mitch Albom (Hyperion, $21.95). A troubled man gets a last chance to restore his relationship with his dead mother.

2. "The Collectors," by David Baldacci (Warner, $26.99). The members of the Camel Club reunite to solve a murder at the Library of Congress.

3. "Act of Treason," by Vince Flynn (Atria, $25.95). The C.I.A. operative Mitch Rapp makes surprising discoveries when he investigates an attack on a Democratic presidential candidate's motorcade.

4. "Echo Park," by Michael Connelly (Little, Brown, $26.99). The Los Angeles detective Harry Bosch returns to an old unsolved case with unexpected results.

5. "Thirteen Moons," by Charles Frazier (Random House, $26.95). A man raised in the North Carolina wilderness travels America in defense of his adopted Indian people and broods over an elusive woman.

Nonfiction

1. "The Innocent Man," by John Grisham (Doubleday, $28.95). Grisham's first nonfiction book concerns a man sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit.

2. "The Audacity of Hope," by Barack Obama (Crown, $25). The Illinois junior senator proposes that Americans move beyond their political divisions.

3. "State of Denial," by Bob Woodward (Simon & Schuster, $30). The third "Bush at War" volume by the longtime Washington Post reporter and editor describes a dysfunctional administration's inept conduct of the invasion and occupation of Iraq.

4. "Culture Warrior," by Bill O'Reilly (Broadway, $26). The host of "The O'Reilly Factor" describes a culture war between traditionalists and secular-progressives.

5. "I Feel Bad About My Neck," by Nora Ephron (Knopf, $19.95). A witty look at aging from a novelist and screenwriter ("When Harry Met Sally").

- The New York Times

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