bestselling

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  • He would have three more of his books that were among the top ten bestselling books of the year.
  • Their second, third and fourth albums were the bestselling albums of their release years.
  • It ended up being the bestselling book in the country's history.
  • He was best known for his poems and he wrote several bestselling children's books.
  • He is also a bestselling author with a focus on Canadian history and public policy.
  • This film is based on a bestselling novel of the same name by an actual doctor.
  • The album became the bestselling debut album by a female artist.
  • It was reported as the fourth bestselling book at the time, and led to a second edition.
  • He is also a bestselling author and host of a television talk show on matters involving family law.
  • Each Saturday evening, the program offered the most popular and bestselling songs of the week.
  • In addition, he is a bestselling author of a mathematics picture book for young children.
  • It is claimed to be the fourth bestselling book of the 20th century.
  • Music, became the label's bestselling release, with more than one million copies sold worldwide.
  • He launched his own ministry in 1980 and since then has written five bestselling books.
  • It ranks as one of the top-ten bestselling novels of all-time.
  • The murder case has been the subject of an award-winning and bestselling book, Under the Bridge.
  • The book was well received and is often referred to as "the bestselling sports book of all time."
  • He is co-founder of Story Engine, and has published three bestselling novels.
  • Anthony is a bestselling author and his books have been translated into several languages.
  • Although it has sold more than two million copies worldwide, it is not in fact the bestselling of all time.
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