This week's bestseller list comes from Michele Laouenan of The Book Shop, Liskeard, PL14 6AD. 01579 342112.
1 Around Liskeard – John Neale
This book of more than 200 photos depicts the scenes, people and events of everyday life in and around Liskeard from a period of more than 100 years, including images of many of the town's shops. History Press, £12.99.
2 Firemen Artists: 1940-45 – Anthony Kelly
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This unique, beautifully illustrated and documented book tells us about the brave, and little-known Second World War Firemen Artist Group, which was engaged in the war effort both as firemen and artists. Their job was to fight fires which they then depicted through their paintings. Halsgrove, £24.99.
3 What's in a Surname? A Journey from Abercrombie to Zwicker – David McKie
Surnames are windows into our families' past. This is an entertaining wander along the path of the nation's history and culture. Cornerstone, £14.99.
4 To Kill a Mockingbird – Harper Lee
A timeless classic set in the 1930s American South, Harper Lee's skilfully crafted tale of prejudice and ignorance is beautifully written, with characters who will live on. Cornerstone, £6.99.
5 Maddaddam – Margaret Atwood
A mad scientist working for an evil corporation releases a virus that wipes out most of humanity and the survivors must scrape a living from the ruins of an industrial civilisation A moving and dramatic conclusion to her trilogy. Bloomsbury, £18.99.
6 Expo 58 – Jonathan Coe
Set in Belgium at the time of the 1958 World Fair, a place of fakery with hints of espionage, good-looking girls and sinister spies. It will make you laugh. Penguin, £16.99.
7 Diving Belles – Lucy Wood
In a debut collection, Lucy Wood very cleverly anchors her stories, which are set along the coastlines of the native Cornwall, in the rich Cornish tradition of myth and folklore. Bloomsbury, £7.99.
8 A Death in the Family – Karl Ove Knausgaard
The book starts with the early death of Karl Ove's morose father, a teacher who left his wife, took to drink and dies at his mother's seaside home. Vintage, £8.99.
9 Demon Dentist – David Walliams
Make your appointment if you dare! Evil is at work. But who or what is behind it… Another funny novel! 7+ Harpercollins, £12.99.
10 Extra Special Treats (...Not) – Liz Pichon.
The latest from Liz Pichon's Tom Gates popular series, for 7+. Scholastic, £9.99.
Ben Kingdom: The Feast of Ravens – Andrew Beasley
From a great local author, this second book in the series is set in Victorian London. High up on the rooftops lives a ragtag band of orphans and spies. How do the children survive against all the odds? 10+ Usborne, £6.99.