- Lies (and the lying liars who tell them) / Al Franken
- Under the banner of heaven : a story of violent faith / Jon Krakauer
- My life / Bill Clinton
- Against all enemies : inside America's war on terror / Richard A. Clarke
- Dude, where's my country? / Michael Moore
- The tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark / William Shakespeare
- Reading Lolita in Tehran : a memoir in books / Azar Nafisi
- Eats, shoots & leaves : the zero tolerance approach to punctuation / Lynne Truss
- Worse than Watergate : the secret presidency of George W. Bush / John W. Dean
- Hegemony or survival : America's quest for global dominance / Noam Chomsky
The full list of the hundred or so top titles is available on our web site. Five authors have more than one title in the top 100 : Michael Moore, Noam Chomsky, Eckhart Tolle, Elaine Pagels, and Philip McGraw.
So, um..., if we take all their titles together (instead of looking at individual titles), who are were the nonfiction authors with the highest demand last year? Stay tuned for the answer.