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'HOWARD STERN: PRIVATE PARTS' TOPS USA TODAY'S BEST SELLING BOOKS LIST FOR SECOND WEEK

 WASHINGTON, Nov. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- "Howard Stern: Private Parts" leads USA TODAY's Best Selling Books list for the second consecutive week.
 In its second week, the top ten books on USA TODAY's Best Selling Books remained the same, though several changed positions. The new national list ranks the 50 top-selling books, based wholly on retail sales in bookstores.
 This week's top 10 Best Selling Books:
 1. "Howard Stern: Private Parts" by Howard Stern (No. 1 last week)
 2. "Slow Waltz in Cedar Bend" by Robert Waller (No. 3 last week)
 3. "The Bridges of Madison County" by Robert Waller (No. 2 last week)
 4. "Keeper of the Heart" by Johanna Lindsey (No. 8 last week)
 5. "The Joy Luck Club" by Amy Tan (No. 4 last week)
 6. "The Killer Angels" by Michael Shaara (No. 6 last week)
 7. "The Age of Innocence" by Edith Wharton (No. 5 last week)
 8. "Nightmares and Dreamscapes" by Stephen King (No. 7 last week)
 9. "The General's Daughter" by Nelson DeMille (No. 9 last week)
 10. "Inadmissible Evidence" by Philip Friedman (No. 10 last week)
 Additionally, three biographies earned places on the top 50 list:
 -- "Rare Air: Michael on Michael" by Michael Jordan and Mark Vancil (No. 12)
 -- "The Downing Street Years" by Margaret Thatcher (No.49)
 -- "Secrets of a Sparrow" by Diana Ross (No.38)
 For the complete Best Selling Books list and more information, see Thursday's copies of USA TODAY.
 USA TODAY's Best Selling Books appears every Thursday in the Life section. The new list ranks the 5O top-selling books -- whether hardcover, paperback, fiction or non-fiction. Readers will be able to tell what's selling across the whole range of books, not just what is selling by category. Different book formats, such as hardcover and paperback, will be noted.
 In addition to the top 50 best selling books nationwide, the page includes special features such as sublists of different category books and "insider" looks at the week's best sellers.
 USA TODAY is the only national, daily, general-interest newspaper in the country. It is printed via satellite at 32 locations across the USA and is available nationwide. USA TODAY's International Edition, printed in London, Switzerland and Hong Kong, is available in more than 9O countries worldwide.
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 /CONTACT: Steven Anderson, manager of media relations of USA TODAY, 703-276-5872, or home, 703-771-8042/


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