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Hardcover nonfiction bestsellers, Nov.1-7

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1. True Compass

By Edward M. Kennedy. Twelve.

2. Superfreakonomics

By Steven Levitt. William Morrow.

3. When the Game Was Ours

By Larry Bird and Earvin Johnson. Houghton Mifflin.

4. What the Dog Saw

By Malcolm Gladwell. Little, Brown.

5. Have a Little Faith

By Mitch Albom. Hyperion.

6. Too Big to Fail

By Andrew Sorkin. Viking.

7. Eating the Dinosaur

By Chuck Klosterman. Scribner.

8. Manhood for Amateurs

By Michael Chabon. Harper.

9. Strength in What Remains

By Tracy Kidder. Random House.

10. You Can’t Predict A Hero

By Joseph Grano. Jossey-Bass.

Source: Boston Area Bookstores

1. True Compass

By Edward M. Kennedy. Twelve.

2. Superfreakonomics

By Steven Levitt. William Morrow.

3. When the Game Was Ours

By Larry Bird and Earvin Johnson. Houghton Mifflin.

4. What the Dog Saw

By Malcolm Gladwell. Little, Brown.

5. Have a Little Faith

By Mitch Albom. Hyperion.

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