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HAMPSTEAD'S TOP TEN BOOKS - at Waterstone's

PUBLISHED: 15:12 24 September 2008 | UPDATED: 15:25 07 September 2010

1. THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST by Moshin Hamid Penguin, £7.99 2. THE general by Robert MuchamoreHodder, £6.99 3. THE ROAD HOME by Rose Tremain Vintage, £7.99 4. SUSPICIONS OF MR WHICHER by Kate Summerscale Bloomsbury, £11.99 5. the boy in the stripe

1. THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST by Moshin Hamid

Penguin, £7.99

2. THE general by Robert MuchamoreHodder, £6.99

3. THE ROAD HOME by Rose Tremain Vintage, £7.99

4. SUSPICIONS OF MR WHICHER by Kate Summerscale

Bloomsbury, £11.99

5. the boy in the striped pyjamas by John Boyne

Random Childrens, £6.99

6. oathbreaker by Michelle Paver Orion, £9.99

7. the book thief by Marcus Zusak Transworld, £7.99

8. the private patient by P.D. JamesFaber, £18.99

9. the outcast by Sadie Jones Vintage, £7.99

10. HOW TO RAISE A JEWISH DOG by Ellis Weiner

Little Brown, £9.99

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