16 Bestselling Fiction Books for November/December - 2016

AALBC’s Bestselling Book SealOur bestsellers list has been published continuously since 1998 and is the most visible list focused on Black Books in existence. You will learn about books selling well, in the Black community, that may never show up on lists published by larger corporate entities.

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#2

Book cover of All I Want For Christmas by Joyce A. Brown, Princess F.L. Gooden, Terri Ann Johnson, Sonia Johnston, Patricia Woodside, Cryssy Dee, Candy Jackson, and others…

All I Want For Christmas

by Joyce A. Brown, et al.

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#3

Book cover of To Find You by Cerece Rennie Murphy

To Find You

by Cerece Rennie Murphy

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#4

Book cover of The Ex Chronicles by Sharon Lucas, Cheryl Cloyd Robbins, and Others

The Ex Chronicles

by Sharon Lucas, et al.

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#7

Book cover of Queen Sugar by Natalie Baszile

Queen Sugar

by Natalie Baszile

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#8

Book cover of Stand Your Ground: A Novel by Victoria Christopher Murray

Stand Your Ground

by Victoria Christopher Murray

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#9

Book cover of Sugar: A Novel by Bernice L. McFadden

Sugar

by Bernice L. McFadden

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#13

Book cover of Single Mama Dating Drama by Cherritta Smith, Denise Anquenette, Patricia A. Bridewell, Trina Charles, Tomeka Farley Daugherty, Princess F.L Gooden, Candice Y Johnson, and 10 others

Single Mama Dating Drama

by Cherritta Smith, et al.

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#14

Book cover of Insurrections: Stories by Rion Amilcar Scott

Insurrections

by Rion Amilcar Scott

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#15

Book cover of Provenance: A Novel by Donna Drew Sawyer

Provenance

by Donna Drew Sawyer

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#16

Book cover of Unthinkable Sins by Tiffani Quarles-Sanders

Unthinkable Sins

by Tiffani Quarles-Sanders

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