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The 10 best-selling books of the week in some countries of the Americas and Spain

ARGENTINA
1.- “Aunt Cosima” – Florencia Bonelli
2.- “Magnetized” – Carlos Busqued
3.- “The seven husbands of Evelyn Hugo” – Taylor Reid
4.- “All our curses were fulfilled” – Tamara Tenenbaum
5.- “Sira” – María Dueñas
6.- “The plains” – Federico Falco
7.- “The premiums” – Aurora Venturini
8.- “Gema” – Milena Busquets
9.- “The day it stopped snowing in Alaska” – Alice Keller
10.- “The woman without a name” – Vanessa Montfort
(Source: Cúspide Libraries)

CHILE
1.- “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” – JK Rowling
2.- “One Hundred Years of Solitude” – Gabriel García Márquez
3.- Pack “Harry Potter” – J.K. Rowling
4.- “Gravity Falls: Diario 3” – Disney
5.- “Through my window” – Ariana Godoy
6.- “La vida invisible de Addie Larue” – V.E. Schwab
7.- “Arsène Lupine, knight thief” – Maurice Leblanc
8.- “We on the moon” – Alice Kellen.
9.- “Tomás Nevinson” – Javier Marías
10.- “Sira” – María Dueñas
(Source: Chilean Book Fair)

SPAIN
1.- “The art of cheating karma” – Elísabet Benavent
2.- “Sira” – María Dueñas
3.- “The game of the soul” – Javier Castillo
4.- “Transshipment in Moscow” – Eduardo Mendoza
5.- “Independence” – Javier Cercas
6.- “Aquitania” – Eva García Sáenz de Urturi
7.- “Tomás Nevinson” – Javier Marías
8.- Bilogy “The day that sanity was lost” – Javier Castillo
9.- “Niadela” – Beatriz Montañez
10.- “The cook of Castamar” – Fernando J. Múñez.
(Source: El Corte Inglés)

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MEXICO
1.- “Páradais” – Fernanda Melchor
2.- “Save the fire” – Guillermo Arriaga
3.- “La vida invisible de Addie Larue” – V.E. Schwab
4.- “Stories of rebellious girls. 100 extraordinary Mexicans ”- Elena Favilli
5.- “Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone” – JK Rowling
6.- “The Duke and I (Bridgerton 1)” – Julia Quinn
7.- “Circe” – Madeline Miller
8.- “The city of steam” – Carlos Ruiz Zafón
9.- “Fireproof” – Javier Moro
10.- “Hurricane season” – Fernanda Melchor
(Source: Gandhi Libraries)

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