Changes are found at numbers 5 (Doc) and 8 (Wherever You Go).
Similarly, changes to the nonfiction list are found at numbers 1 (If Trouble Don't Kill Me) and 8 (He Stopped Loving Her Today).
Fiction: (Top 10 of 66 considered)
1. Nemesis - Philip Roth (novel)
2. Saturday - Ian McEwan (novel)
3. Rhino Ranch - Larry McMurtry (series novel)
4. The Glass Rainbow - James Lee Burke (Dave Robicheaux series)
5. Doc - Mary Doria Russell (novel)
6. Love at Absolute Zero - Christopher Meeks (novel)
7. That Old Cape Magic - Richard Russo (novel)
8. Wherever You Go - Joan Leegant (novel)
9. Hustle - Jason Skipper (novel)
10.Among the Wonderful - Stacy Carlsen - (novel)
Non-Fiction: (Top 10 of 28 considered)
1. If Trouble Don't Kill Me - Ralph Berrier, Jr. (biography)
2. Wolf: The Lives of Jack London - James L. Haley (biography)
3. Hitch 22: A Memoir - Christopher Hitchens (memoir)
4. Bittersweet Season - Jane Gross (on caring for aging parents)
5. Tiny Terror - William Todd Schultz (psychobiography of Truman Capote)
6. Chinaberry Sidewalks - Rodney Crowell (memoir)With just a bit over three months remaining in 2011, the lists are starting to firm up - but that anything can still happen can be clearly seen from the addition this time around of a new number one book in nonfiction.
7. We Were Not Orphans - Sherry Matthews (memoirs from life in a Texas home for neglected children)
8. He Stopped Loving Her Today - Jack Isenhour - (music memoir)
9. What It Is Like to Go to War - Karl Marlantes (memoir)
10. Lincoln's Men - William C. Davis (Civil War History)