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  1. Haruki Murakami’s books have sold untold millions worldwide. All of this mania stands in stark contrast to Murakami’s superbly quiet writing, exemplified in his new short ...

  2. Haruki Murakami’s are talented indeed, each of the seven stories here (five of which have been previously published, four in The New Yorker and one in Freeman’s, while the remaining ...

  3. By Haruki Murakami. A story collection by the Japanese master. [1] 7. THE THIRST (Knopf, $26.95). By Jo Nesbo. Harry Hole pursues a serial killer who hunts his victims on a dating ...

  4. Jamey says he doesn’t have any female friends (um, rude); Lucas, the whaboom, once had a threesome at a wedding; and Anthony is our Haruki Murakami-reading crush. We can’t wait ...

  5. The power of Haruki Murakami . Maybe the Soviet Union would have lasted a while longer if they had a little more fun with their discos?

  6. PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BEST-SELLERS

    seattlepi.com5 days ago

    "Since We Fell" by Dennis Lehane (Ecco) "Men Without Women" by Haruki Murakami (Knopf) "Anything is Possible" by Elizabeth Strout (Random House) "Option B" by Sheryl Sandberg and ...

  7. Slideshow: Best-selling books

    Ravalli Republic4 days ago

    "Men Without Women" by Haruki Murakami (Knopf) 13. "Anything is Possible" by Elizabeth Strout (Random House) 14. "The Broken Road" by Richard Paul Evans (Simon...

  8. Publishers Weekly's best-selling books

    Quad-City Times4 days ago

    Best-selling books for the week ended May 14.

  9. Book Club Bingo wraps up

    The News & Observer21 hours ago

    Remember you can play any card 1-21 to qualify for a random drawing to win a prize pack of four new books. Information about previous winners (plus a link to all past bingo cards) can be found ...

  10. As one might expect from an author whose breakout novel is named "Norwegian Wood," this story's title refers to the aching Beatles song pining for a receding past. Or, in this new collection ...

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