BEST-SELLERS

Brian Bethune October 7 1996

BEST-SELLERS

Brian Bethune October 7 1996

BEST-SELLERS

FICTION

1. Alias Grace, Margaret Atwood (1)

2. Executive Orders, Tom Clancy (2)

3. The Englishman’s Boy, Guy Vanderhaeghe (10)

4. The Tenth Insight, James Redfield (5)

5. Fall on Your Knees, Ann-Marie MacDonald (3)

6. The Celestine Prophecy, James Redfield (4)

7. The Deep End of the Ocean, Jacques Mitchard

8. The Keys to the Street, Ruth Rendell

9. Servant of the Bones, Anne Rice (7)

10. The Last Thing He Wanted, Joan Didion (9) NONFICTION

1. Boom, Bust & Echo, David Foot (2)

2. Make the Connection, Bob Greene and Oprah Winfrey (1)

3. Risk and Redemption, Arthur Kent (5)

4. Simple Abundance, Sarah Ban Breathnach

5. The Dilbert Principle, Scott Adams (8)

6. Red China Blues, Jan Wong (4)

7. Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman (3)

8. A History of Reading, Alberto Manguel (10)

9. The Run of His Lite, Jeffrey Toobin (6)

10. Outrage, Vincent Bugliosi (8)

( ) Position last week Compiled by Brian Bethune

The way hockey was

In Original Six: True Stories from Hockey's Classic Era, Toronto novelist and editor Paul Quarrington has had such writers as poet Judith Fitzgerald and former Village Voice sports editor Jeff Z. Klein write fictionalized accounts of incidents from the so-called Golden Age of the NHL.