NEW NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER LIST
...just in via e-mail. In its second week, Mark Fuhrman's Terri Schiavo book drops from #8 to #13; it'll be gone in another week, but a nation that bought this book at bestseller levels for even two weeks is diseased. Edward Klein's The "Truth" About Hillary drops from #4 to #8 in its third week. And despite (or perhaps because of) apparent point-of-sale confusion about just what kind of book it is, Bernard Goldberg's 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America is #6, in its first week on the list -- just below Confessions of a Video Vixen by Karrine Steffans. (What is it with right-wing books and their inability to outsell Karrine Steffans? She beat out Fuhrman last week. And by the way, why on earth is Jonathan Kozol #9 on Goldberg's list of screw-ups?)
Oh, and Bob Woodward's book on Deep Throat, You Still Care About This Stuff, Don't You?, is #4.