Monthly Top-Ten List for September, 2015

Here are the top 10 selling books for last week.

Rank Title Author Comment

Swallowed by the Great Land: And Other Dispatches (non-fiction)

Seth Kantner Compelling Alaska stories from Seth Kantner, bestselling author of Ordinary Wolves.

Chuck Sassara's Alaska (non-fiction)

Chuck Sassara Chuck Sassara moved to Alaska in a VW bus in 1955 with his wife, Ann. His life of aviation, government and business is full of colorful characters - many known, some unknown - but all are interesting. An engaging book full of history, adventure and laughter.

Rock With Wings (fiction)

Anne Hillerman Navajo Tribal cops Jim Chee and Bernadette Manuelito, along with their mentor, the legendary Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn, investigate two perplexing cases in this exciting mystery from the New York Times bestselling author of Spider Woman''s Daughter.

Ol'' 556: Alaska''s Mighty Steam Engine (Children''s)

Shannon Cartwright All aboard the legendary train!

Spider Woman's Daughter (fiction)

Anne Hillerman Legendary tribal sleuths Leaphorn and Chee are back The supremely talented daughter of New York Times bestselling author Tony Hillerman continues his popular series.

Almost Crimson (fiction)

Dasha Kelly From a young age CeCe copes with her mother''s crippling depression, their severe poverty, an absentee father, and her own insecurities.

The Snow Child (fiction)

Eowyn Ivey Alaska, 1920: a brutal place to homestead, and especially tough for recent arrivals Jack and Mabel.

Tony Hillerman's Landscape (non-fiction)

Anne Hillerman photographic journey through the landscape immortalized in bestselling author Tony Hillerman''''s beloved mystery series featuring the legendary Navajo police officers Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn and Sergeant Jim Chee

Find the Good (non-fiction)

Heather Lende As the obituary writer in a spectacularly beautiful but often dangerous spit of land in Alaska, Heather Lende knows something about last words and lives well lived.

Dog Man: Chronicles of an Iditarod Champion (non-fiction)

Martin Buser Iditarod legend Martin Buser tells his story.