All 32 Bestselling Books for July/August - 2012

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Click Headings Below for a the List of Bestselling Books with Images. View a collage of these titles.

23 Bestselling Fiction

  1. Payback Is A Mutha by Wahida Clark
  2. Dirty Red: A Novel by Vickie M. Stringer
  3. I Dreamt I Was in Heaven - The Rampage of the Rufus Buck Gang by Leonce Gaiter
  4. Princes Of The Road by David Covin
  5. The Family Business by Carl Weber and Eric Pete
  6. Thug Matrimony by Wahida Clark
  7. Life Is Short but Wide by J. California Cooper
  8. B-Boy Blues by James Earl Hardy
  9. Street Life by Jihad Shaheed Uhuru
  10. Wild Stars Seeking Midnight Suns: Stories by J. California Cooper
  11. Red Clay Dirt & Mountains by Monda Raquel Webb
  12. Justify My Thug by Wahida Clark
  13. Wimbey’s Corner by David Covin
  14. Children of the Street by Kwei Quartey
  15. The Other Side Of Goodness by Vanessa Davis Griggs
  16. Low Down And Dirty: A Novel by Vickie M. Stringer
  17. Thugs and the Women Who Love Them by Wahida Clark
  18. The Reverend’ss Wife (Reverend Curtis Black #9) by Kimberla Lawson Roby
  19. A Modern Witch (A Modern Witch Series: Book 1) by Debora Geary
  20. Thug Lovin' by Wahida Clark
  21. Sparkle: A Novel by Denene Millner, Howard Rosenman, Joel Schumacher, and Mara Brock Akil
  22. Standing at the Scratch Line by Guy Johnson
  23. 1996 by Gloria Naylor

9 Bestselling Nonfiction Books

  1. Slaves with Swag: The Negroes Your History Teacher Forgot to Mention by Daryl T. Hinmon
  2. By Any Means Necessary: Malcolm X: Real, Not Reinvented by Herb Boyd
  3. Grasshopper Speaks by Katrina Register
  4. Soulacoaster: The Diary Of Me by R. Kelly and David Ritz
  5. The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime, and the Making of Modern Urban America by Khalil G. Muhammad
  6. The Tithing Hoax: Exposing The Lies, Misinterpretations & False Teachings About Tithing by R. Renee and Cynthia Harper
  7. Confessions of a Video Vixen by Karrine Steffans
  8. Age Ain't Nothing But a Number: Black Women Explore Midlife by Carleen Brice
  9. Fifteen Steps To Corporate Feudalism: How The Rich Convinced America’s Middle Class Eliminate Themselves by Dennis Marker


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