BEST-SELLERS

Brian Bethune August 24 1998

BEST-SELLERS

Brian Bethune August 24 1998

BEST-SELLERS

FICTION

1. Rainbow Six,

Tom Clancy

2. I Know This Much Is True,

Wally Lamb (2)

3. A Widow for One Year,

John Irving (1)

4. The Eleventh Commandment,

Jeffrey Archer (3)

5. Point of Origin,

Patricia Cornwell (5)

6. Summer Sisters,

Judy Blume (4)

7. Other People’s Children, Eileen Goudge

8. Ex-Libris,

Ross King (9)

9. Damascus Gate, RobertStone (6)

10. Cities of the Plain,

Cornac McCarthy (7)

NONFICTION

1. The Millionaire Next Door,

Thomas Stanley and William Danko (2)

2. Angela’s Ashes,

Frank McCourt (V

3. The Gifts of the Jews,

Thomas Cahill (4)

4. Mars and Venus Starting Over, John Gray (7)

5. Stolen Life,

Rudy Wiebe and Yvonne Johnson (8)

6. The Man Who Listens to Horses, Monty Roberts (10)

7. In the Meantime,

Iyanla Vanzant

8. A Walk in the Woods,

Bill Bryson (6)

9. A Monk Swimming,

Malachy McCourt (9)

10. Who Killed Canadian History?, Jack Granatstein (3)

( ) Position last week Compiled by Brian Bethune

A volume for idle hands

From chutneys to chairs to cosmetics, Home Made, Best Made: Hundreds of Ways to Make All Kinds of Useful Things (Reader's Digest) contains thousands of do-it-yourself projects. Filled with photos and diagrams, the 352-page volume includes seasonal crafts, standbys such as knitting, and even plans for building a bat house.