By EW Staff
Updated August 16, 2002 at 04:00 AM EDT
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‘HOUR’ OF POWER Everybody knows better than to mess with the identical twin brother of a relentless FBI special agent. Everybody, that is, except for the killer at large in Catherine Coulter’s Eleventh Hour, which, debuting at No. 3 with 300,600 copies in print, makes its own killing on this week’s best-seller chart. In nonfiction, Sylvia Browne dissects our dreams in Sylvia Browne’s Book of Dreams (156,000 copies in print) and alights on a fairly dreamy No. 6 slot.

FICTION WEEKS ON LIST

1 THE LOVELY BONES Alice Sebold, Little, Brown, $21.95 5 2 THE BEACH HOUSE James Patterson and Peter de Jonge, Little, Brown, $26.95 7 3 ELEVENTH HOUR Catherine Coulter, Putnam, $24.95 1 4 THE REMNANT Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, Tyndale, $24.99 4 5 THE NANNY DIARIES Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus, St. Martin’s, $24.95 21 6 THE EMPEROR OF OCEAN PARK Stephen L. Carter, Knopf, $26.95 8 7 SUNSET IN ST. TROPEZ Danielle Steel, Delacorte, $19.95 5 8 HARD EIGHT Janet Evanovich, St. Martin’s, $25.95 6 9 THE DIVE FROM CLAUSEN’S PIER Ann Packer, Knopf, $24 7 10 GRAVE SECRETS Kathy Reichs, Scribner, $25 3

NONFICTION

1 GET WITH THE PROGRAM! Bob Greene, Simon & Schuster, $24 10 2 SLANDER: LIBERAL LIES ABOUT THE AMERICAN RIGHT Ann Coulter, Crown, $25.95 5 3 WHO MOVED MY CHEESE? Spencer Johnson, Putnam, $19.95 134 4 SELF MATTERS: CREATING YOUR LIFE FROM THE INSIDE OUT Phillip C. McGraw, Simon & Schuster, $25 35 5 BODY FOR LIFE Bill Phillips and Michael D’Orso, HarperCollins, $25 152 6 SYLVIA BROWNE’S BOOK OF DREAMS Sylvia Browne with Lindsay Harrison, Dutton, $25.95 1 7 STUPID WHITE MEN…AND OTHER SORRY EXCUSES FOR THE STATE OF THE NATION Michael Moore, ReganBooks, $24.95 23 8 THE LOBSTER CHRONICLES Linda Greenlaw, Hyperion, $22.95 4 9 EXECUTION: THE DISCIPLINE OF GETTING THINGS DONE Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan, Crown, $27.50 6 10 LUCKY MAN: A MEMOIR Michael J. Fox, Hyperion, $22.95 11

SOURCE: PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

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