NYT Bestseller List

For Sales ending December 2, 2006.

DEAR JOHN, by Nicholas Sparks. (Warner, $24.99.) An unlikely romance between a soldier and an idealistic young woman is tested in the aftermath of 9/11. #4

FIRST IMPRESSIONS, by Nora Roberts. (Silhouette, $17.95.) Seeking peace, a wealthy businessman retreats to a small town, but his lovely and charitable neighbor won’t stay away; reprint of a 1984 novel. #14

, by J. D. Robb (Putnam), #17

CHRISTMAS LETTERS, by Debbie Macomber (Mira), #33

DROP DEAD GORGEOUS, by Linda Howard. (Ballantine, $7.99.) As she prepares for her wedding, Blair Mallory becomes the target of a killer, #5

REBELLION, by Nora Roberts. (Silhouette, $7.99.) A reprint of an early historical romance about a Scottish beauty who finds love in the enemy camp, #7

VALLEY OF SILENCE, by Nora Roberts. (Jove, $7.99.) The circle of six go into battle to save humans from the vampire Lilith in the final Circle Trilogy book, #8

READY FOR LOVE, by Debbie Macomber. (Mira, $7.50.) Reprints of two romances involving two brothers, 10

THE GILDED WEB, by Mary Balogh. (Dell, $6.99.) Romance follows a kidnapping in this reissue of a 1989 novel, #11

SWEET REVENGE, by Fern Michaels (Zebra), #11

THE PRINCE KIDNAPS A BRIDE, by Christina Dodd (Avon), # 19

DARK SIDE OF THE MOON, by Sherrilyn Kenyon (St. Martin’s), #21

DANCE OF THE GODS, by Nora Roberts (Jove), #23

PLEASURE FOR PLEASURE, by Eloisa James (Avon), #24

THANKSGIVING, by Janet Evanovich (HarperTorch), #27

GLAD TIDINGS, by Debbie Macomber (Mira), #35

Snow Flower and The Secret Fan by Lisa See was 29, but I suspect that might go up. I read in Shelf Awareness that it will be Costco’s featured book for the month of December.


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