By EW Staff
Updated September 13, 2002 at 04:00 AM EDT
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‘LET’S’ ROLLS They’re here–9/11 books by the barrel–and two by name authors crack this week’s best-seller chart. Lisa Beamer’s husband, Todd, led the charge on Flight 93, and his famous last words, “Let’s roll,” have become the title of her No. 4 debut, while Fox News’ Sean Hannity finds his Let Freedom Ring at No. 2. At the top of the fiction list, Alice Sebold retakes the No. 1 spot from Tom Clancy after two weeks at No. 2.

FICTION WEEKS ON LIST 1 THE LOVELY BONES Alice Sebold, Little, Brown, $21.95 9 2 RED RABBIT Tom Clancy, Putnam, $28.95 3 3 STANDING IN THE RAINBOW Fannie Flagg, Random House, $25.95 3 4 THE NANNY DIARIES Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus, St. Martin’s, $24.95 25 5 SHADOW PUPPETS Orson Scott Card, Tor, $25.95 1 6 THE BEACH HOUSE James Patterson and Peter de Jonge, Little, Brown, $26.95 11 7 A LOVE OF MY OWN E. Lynn Harris, Doubleday, $24.95 4 8 CHARLESTON John Jakes, Dutton, $26.95 3 9 THE EMPEROR OF OCEAN PARK Stephen L. Carter, Knopf, $26.95 12 10 THE DIVE FROM CLAUSEN’S PIER Ann Packer, Knopf, $24 11

NONFICTION

1 THE PERRICONE PRESCRIPTION Nicholas Perricone, HarperResource, $27.50 3 2 LET FREEDOM RING: WINNING THE WAR OF LIBERTY OVER LIBERALISM Sean Hannity, ReganBooks, $25.95 1 3 A MIND AT A TIME Mel Levine, Simon & Schuster, $26 16 4 LET’S ROLL: ORDINARY PEOPLE, EXTRAORDINARY COURAGE Lisa Beamer with Ken Abraham, Tyndale, $24.99 1 5 SLANDER: LIBERAL LIES ABOUT THE AMERICAN RIGHT Ann Coulter, Crown, $25.95 9 6 WHO MOVED MY CHEESE? Spencer Johnson, Putnam, $19.95 138 7 GOOD TO GREAT: WHY SOME COMPANIES MAKE THE LEAP… AND OTHERS DON’T Jim Collins, HarperBusiness, $27.50 9 8 SELF MATTERS: CREATING YOUR LIFE FROM THE INSIDE OUT Phillip C. McGraw, Simon & Schuster, $25 39 9 BODY FOR LIFE Bill Phillips and Michael D’Orso, HarperCollins, $25 156 10 STUPID WHITE MEN…AND OTHER SORRY EXCUSES FOR THE STATE OF THE NATION! Michael Moore, ReganBooks, $24.95 27

SOURCE: PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

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