The Jack Ryan of the Tom Clancy prequel Red Rabbit hasn’t yet hunted Red October or summed all fears, but luckily the whippersnapper still sells books. For a second week in a row, Rabbit is No. 1. And while The Perricone Prescription’s title makes it sound like another posthumous Robert Ludlum novel, it’s actually a skin-care guide with more than 380,000 copies in print. It, too, is No. 1 for a second consecutive week, over in nonfiction.


1 RED RABBIT Tom Clancy, Putnam, $28.95 2 2 THE LOVELY BONES Alice Sebold, Little, Brown, $21.95 8 3 STANDING IN THE RAINBOW Fannie Flagg, Random House, $25.95 2 4 THE NANNY DIARIES Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus, 24 St. Martin’s, $24.95 5 THE BEACH HOUSE James Patterson and Peter de Jonge, Little, 10 Brown, $26.95 6 A LOVE OF MY OWN E. Lynn Harris, Doubleday, $24.95 3 7 THE REMNANT Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, Tyndale, $24.99 7 8 ELEVENTH HOUR Catherine Coulter, Putnam, $24.95 4 9 STONE KISS Faye Kellerman, Warner, $25.95 3 10 THE DIVE FROM CLAUSEN’S PIER Ann Packer, Knopf, $24 10


1 THE PERRICONE PRESCRIPTION Nicholas Perricone, 2 HarperResource, $27.50 2 SLANDER: LIBERAL LIES ABOUT THE AMERICAN RIGHT 8 Ann Coulter, Crown, $25.95 3 SACRED CONTRACTS: AWAKENING YOUR DIVINE POTENTIAL 12 Caroline Myss, Harmony, $25 4 WHO MOVED MY CHEESE? Spencer Johnson, Putnam, $19.95 137 5 SELF MATTERS: CREATING YOUR LIFE FROM THE INSIDE OUT 38 Phillip C. McGraw, Simon & Schuster, $25 6 BODY FOR LIFE Bill Phillips and Michael D’Orso, 155 HarperCollins, $25 7 GOOD TO GREAT: WHY SOME COMPANIES MAKE THE LEAP…AND 8 OTHERS DON’T Jim Collins, HarperBusiness, $27.50 8 STUPID WHITE MEN…AND OTHER SORRY EXCUSES FOR THE STATE 26 OF THE NATION Michael Moore, ReganBooks, $24.95 9 THE RIGHT WORDS AT THE RIGHT TIME Marlo Thomas and Friends, 13 Atria, $25 10 AMONG THE HEROES: UNITED FLIGHT 93 AND THE PASSENGERS AND 3 CREW WHO FOUGHT BACK Jere Longman, HarperCollins, $24.95