Weeks on Lists
1 Atonement 
By Ian McEwan (Anchor, $14)
2 Mrs. Dalloway 
By Virginia Woolf (Harvest, $12)
3 Bel Canto 
By Ann Patchett (HarperPerennial, $13.95)
4 The Hours 
By Michael Cunningham (Picador USA, $15)
5 The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency 
By Alexander McCall Smith (Anchor, $11.95)
6 Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress 
By Dai Sijie (Anchor, $10)
7 City of Bones 
By Michael Connelly (Warner, $7.99)
8 Empire Falls 
By Richard Russo (Vintage, $14.95)
9 Hell to Pay 
By George P. Pelecanos (Warner, $6.99)
10 The English Assassin 
By Daniel Silva (Signet, $7.99)
1 2003 Zagat Survey of Washington, D.C. 
(Zagat Survey, $11.95)
The fully revised edition of the respected restaurant guide.
2 What Went Wrong? 
By Bernard Lewis (HarperPerennial, $12.95)
The Islamic world's multifaceted encounter with Western civilization.
3 Congress at Your Fingertips 
(Capitol Advantage, $14.95)
An up-to-date guide for the first session of the 108th Congress.
4 Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution 
By Robert C. Atkins (Quill, $13.95; Avon, $7.99)
An updated edition of the diet that shuns carbohydrates.
5 Seabiscuit 
By Laura Hillenbrand (Ballantine, $15)
A thoroughbred's owner, trainer and jockey guide him to renown.
6 The Natural 
By Joe Klein (Broadway, $14)
An examination of Clinton's tenure, beyond the media hoopla.
7 Warrior Politics 
By Robert D. Kaplan (Vintage, $12)
Why the ends justify the means in both business and politics.
8 The Orchid Thief 
By Susan Orlean (Ballantine, $14)
The passions that rule the peculiar world of orchid aficionados.
9 The Best Democracy Money Can Buy 
By Greg Palast (Plume, $14)
Governments and global entities rife with greed and corruption.
10 Dreaming War 
By Gore Vidal (Thunder's Mouth, $11.95)
The cultural critic's riff on American imperialism and its cost.
Weeks on Lists
1 The King of Torts 
By John Grisham (Doubleday, $27.95)
2 The Lovely Bones 
By Alice Sebold (Little, Brown, $21.95)
3 The Dante Club 
By Matthew Pearl (Random House, $24.95)
4 Drop City 
By T.C. Boyle (Viking, $25.95)
5 Life of Pi 
By Yann Martel (Harcourt, $25)
6 Soul Circus 
By George P. Pelecanos (Little, Brown, $24.95)
7 Pattern Recognition 
By William Gibson (Putnam, $25.95)
8 The Last Detective 
By Robert Crais (Doubleday, $24.95)
9 The Confessor 
By Daniel Silva (Putnam, $25.95)
10 I Don't Know How She Does It 
By Allison Pearson (Knopf, $23)
1 Bush at War 
By Bob Woodward (Simon & Schuster, $28)
The White House's performance in the three months after Sept. 11.
2 Of Paradise and Power 
By Robert Kagan (Knopf, $18)
The increasingly divergent interests of America and Europe.
3 This Just In 
By Bob Schieffer (Putnam, $26.95)
The CBS journalist reflects on his 40-plus years in TV news.
4 The Devil in the White City 
By Erik Larson (Crown, $25.95)
Amid the bustle of the 1893 World's Fair, a serial killer strikes.
5 Atkins For Life 
By Robert C. Atkins (St. Martin's, $24.95)
Why carb-counting trumps calorie-counting for effective weight loss.
6 What Should I Do With My Life? 
By Po Bronson (Random House, $24.95)
Profiles of people across America answering life's big question.
7 Stupid White Men 
By Michael Moore (ReganBooks, $24.95)
Biting commentary on everything from politics to the environment.
8 The Threatening Storm 
By Kenneth M. Pollack (Random House, $25.95)
An analysis of U.S. policy toward Iraq and a call for invasion.
9 Almost There: The Onward Journey of
A Dublin Woman 
By Nuala O'Faolain (Riverhead, $24.95)
The Irish writer laments the loneliness of middle age.
10 Michelangelo and the Pope's Ceiling 
By Ross King (Walker, $28)
The Renaissance master's four years of labor in the Sistine Chapel.