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LA Reads On Amazon
Amazon.com reports these best-sellers for Los Angeles, California
For the week of Jan 16-22
1. City Baby L.A. by Lisa Rocchio
2. Symphony by Frank Gehry
3. Norman Klein by Rosemary Comella
4. An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles
5. Sacred Spaces by Robert Berger
6. Dancing at Ciro's by Sheila Weller
7. When Hollywood Had a King by CONNIE BRUCK
8. Dynamite Road (KLAVAN, ANDREW)
Since the list is mainly composed of non-fiction, we suspect that the list is actually just a collection of titles containing the key word "Los Angeles," rather than an analysis of what books people from LA actually purchased.
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