Weeks on Lists
1 The Summons 
By John Grisham (Dell, $7.99)
2 The Hours 
By Michael Cunningham (Picador USA, $15)
3 Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress 
By Dai Sijie (Anchor, $10)
4 Empire Falls 
By Richard Russo (Vintage, $14.95)
5 Bel Canto 
By Ann Patchett (HaeprPerennial, $13.95)
6 The Corrections 
By Jonathan Franzen (Picador USA, $15)
7 Good in Bed 
By Jennifer Weiner (Washington Square, $13)
8 Truly, Madly Manhattan 
By Nora Roberts (Harlequin, $7.50)
9 Pursuit 
By Thomas Perry (Ballantine, $7.50)
10 The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency 
By Alexander McCall Smith (Anchor, $11.95)
1 2003 Zagat Suurvey of Washington, D.C. 
(Zagat Survey, $11.95)
The fully revised edition of the respected restaurant guide.
2 Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution 
By Robert C. Atkins (Quill, $13.95; Avon, $7.99)
The revised edition of the carbohydrate-averse diet.
3 John Adams 
By David McCullough (Touchstone, $16.95)
The life of our often-overlooked second president.
4 Catch Me If You Can 
By Frank W. Abagnale with Stan Redding (Broadway, $14.95)
The brief but spectacular exploits of con man Frank Abagnale.
5 Finding Fish 
By Antwone Quenton Fisher (HarperPerennial, $13.95)
A young man rises above his painful childhood in foster care.
6 Founding Brothers 
By Joseph J. Ellis (Vintage, $14.95)
The lives and debates of the 1790s that shaped the course of history.
7 How the Scots Invented the Modern World 
By Arthur Herman (Three Rivers, $14.95)
The considerable impact of the 18th-century Scottish Enlightenment.
8 Seabiscuit 
By Laura Hillenbrand (Ballantine, $15)
A throughbred's trainer, owner and jockey guide him to renown.
9 The Wisdom of Menopause 
By Christiane Northrup (Bantam, $18.95)
A physician's professional and personal guide.
10 Fast Food Nation 
By Eric Schlosser (HarperCollins, $13.95)
The deleterious effects -- both social and economic -- of fast-food culture.
Weeks on Lists
1 The Lovely Bones 
By Alice Sebold (Little, Brown, $21.95)
2 Prey 
By Michael Crichton (HarperCollins, $26.95)
3 Life of Pi 
By Yann Martel (Harcourt, $25)
4 Reversible Errors 
By Scott Turow (FSG, $28)
5 Four Blind Mice 
By James Patterson (Little, Brown, $27.95)
6 That Old Ace in the Hole 
By Annie Proulx (Scribner, $26)
7 The Nanny Diaries 
By Emma McLaughlin & Nicola Kraus (St. Martin's, $24.95)
8 Atonement 
By Ian McEwan (Doubleday, $26.95)
9 I Don't Know How She Does It 
By Allison Pearson (Knopf, $23)
10 Forever 
By Pete Hamill (Little, Brown, $25.95)
1 Bush at War 
By Bob Woodward (Simon & Schuster, $28)
The White House's performance in the three months after Sept. 11.
2 Katharine Graham's Washington 
A diverse collection of favorite writings about the capital city.
3 Longitudes & Attitudes 
By Thomas L. Friedman (FSG, $26)
A roundup of the writer's diaries and columns reacting to Sept. 11.
4 My Losing Season 
By Pat Conroy (Doubleday, $27.95)
The novelist reflects on his final basketball season at the Citadel.
5 Abraham Lincoln (Penguin Lives) 
By Thomas Keneally (Viking, $19.95)
A succinct study of Lincoln's life and accomplishments in office.
6 Paris 1919 
By Margaret MacMillan (Random House, $35)
The personalities and brinksmanship behind the Treaty of Versailles.
7 The Conquerors 
By Michael R. Beschloss (Simon & Schuster, $26.95)
The role of Truman and Roosevelt in reshaping postwar Germany.
8 Sandy Koufax 
By Jane Leavy (HarperCollins, $23.95)
A life of the Brooklyn Dodgers' extraordinary southpaw.
9 Michelangelo and the Pope's Ceiling 
By Ross King (Walker, $28)
The Renaissance master's four years of labor in the Sistine Chapel.
10 Everyday Grace: Having Hope, Finding
Forgiveness and Making Miracles 
By Marianne Williamson (Riverhead, $19.95)
Finding peace and spiritualty in our hectic, modern lives.