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Girl with a Pearl Earring 16,225 copies, 304 reviews
The Lady and the Unicorn 4,544 copies, 116 reviews
Falling Angels 3,447 copies, 81 reviews
The Virgin Blue 3,379 copies, 85 reviews
Remarkable Creatures 2,987 copies, 214 reviews
Burning Bright 2,147 copies, 83 reviews
The Last Runaway 1,600 copies, 123 reviews
At the Edge of the Orchard 814 copies, 60 reviews
A Single Thread 683 copies, 57 reviews
New Boy 480 copies, 98 reviews
Reader, I Married Him: Stories Inspired by Jane Eyre (Editor) 248 copies, 18 reviews
Encyclopedia of the Essay (Editor) 23 copies
Why Willows Weep: Contemporary Tales from the Woods (Editor; Contributor) 22 copies, 2 reviews
Tom Hunter: Living in Hell and Other Stories (National Gallery Company) (Author) 9 copies, 1 review
The Sleep Quilt 4 copies
Strane Creature N.E. 1 copy
Bookmark Now: Writing in Unreaderly Times (Contributor) 251 copies, 3 reviews
Girl with a Pearl Earring [2003 film] (Original novel) 165 copies, 4 reviews
Alberta and Freedom (Foreword, some editions) 124 copies, 3 reviews
The Great War: Stories Inspired by Items from the First World War (Contributor) 95 copies, 18 reviews
New Beginnings: New Writing from Bestselling Authors Sold in Aid of the… (Contributor) 44 copies
Imagined Lives: Portraits of Unknown People (Contributor) 44 copies, 2 reviews
The Sunday Night Book Club (Contributor) 33 copies, 1 review
Reader's Digest Select Editions: The Distant Echo | Trojan Odyssey | The… (Contributor) 6 copies
Three Things I’d Tell My Younger Self (Contributor) 5 copies
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