New York Times # 1 Fiction Bestsellers, 1960-1969

Who knows how many more titles would have reached the # 1 spot if frequent newspaper strikes hadn't interrupted production? (And would they have been better than "Valley of the Dolls?")
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Advise and Consent
2
Hawaii
3
The Last of the Just (Andre Schwarz-Bart)
4
The Agony and the Ecstasy (Irving Stone)
5
Franny and Zooey (J.D. Salinger)
6
Ship of Fools (Katherine Anne Porter)
7
A Shade of Difference
8
Seven Days in May (Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey)
9
Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters
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The Glass Blowers (Daphne Du Maurier)
11
Shoes of the Fisherman
12
The Group (Mary McCarthy)
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13
The Spy Who Came in From the Cold (John Le Carré)
14
The Rector of Justin (Louis Auchincloss)
15
Herzog (Saul Bellow)
16
Up the Down Staircase (Bel Kaufman)
17
The Source
18
Valley of the Dolls (Jacqueline Susann)
19
The Secret of Santa Vittoria (Robert Crichton)
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The Arrangement (Elia Kazan)
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The Eighth Day
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The Chosen (Chaim Potok)
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Topaz (Leon Uris)
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The Gabriel Hounds (Mary Stewart)
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25
The Confessions of Nat Turner (William Styron)
26
Vanished (Fletcher Knibel)
27
Airport (Arthur Hailey)
28
Couples (John Updike)
29
The Salzburg Connection (Helen Macinnes)
30
Portnoy's Complaint (Philip Roth)
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The Love Machine (Jacqueline Susann)
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The Godfather (Mario Puzo)
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