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BookNet bestsellers: Canadian fiction

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Esi Edugyan’s Scotiabank Giller Prize–winning novel, Half-Blood Blues, tops this week’s list of Canadian fiction bestsellers, followed closely by Giller-shortlisted ...

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This week’s list covers the best-selling Canadian fiction for the two weeks ending Jan. 23, 2011. Barney’s Version enters the list at #6 following the release of the film ...

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This week’s bestsellers list, which focuses exclusively on books released in 2010, looks at the top Canadian fiction for the two weeks ending Nov. 28. Johanna Skibsrud’s Scotiabank ...

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This week’s bestseller list covers the top 20 Canadian hardcover fiction titles with 2010 release dates. Yann Martel continues to hold the top spot, while Toronto-born author Tom ...

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In honour of the just-wrapped Canada Reads, this week’s list covers the top 20 Canadian fiction titles for the two weeks ending Feb. 24, as tracked by BookNet Canada’s BNC ...

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